Enoch Kever welcomes new Members, Katherine K. Mudge and Marla D. Broaddus, and Michael S. Truesdale, of Counsel
Katherine K. Mudge represents telecommunication, broadband, cable, wireless, and electric utility clients. Katherine advises businesses in Texas and other states regarding government and administrative law and policy, competitive issues, right-of-way disputes and litigation at both state agency and trial court levels. She also works with clients on business risk management in regulated environments to enable clients to minimize potential risk exposure while continuing to provide effective, efficient, and economical services.
Marla D. Broaddus represents businesses at every stage of litigation, including pre-trial investigation and preparation, in trial, and on appeal in Texas state and federal courts. Marla specializes in written advocacy and has served as trial and appellate counsel in commercial disputes involving the energy, healthcare, insurance, and education sectors. In addition, she manages legal teams assembled to handle complex class action suits and disputes involving multiple parties and claims. Her experience includes organizing and managing large-scale document and electronic data discovery projects. (To see more about Marla, click here.)
Michael S. Truesdale focuses on error identification in the trial court in complex civil litigation and prosecuting and defending cases on appeal. Mike represents businesses and individuals in the appellate courts of Texas and throughout the United States. He has led appeals before the Texas Supreme Court, he has appeared in nearly all Texas intermediate appellate courts, he has led appeals in other states’ courts and in the federal Fifth and Seventh Circuit Courts of Appeals, and he has authored briefs before the United States Supreme Court. Mike is Board Certified in Civil Appellate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and is AV Preeminent Rated by Martindale Hubble. (To see more about Mike, click here.)