Mr. Safady is a native Texan with exceptional civil litigation experience. He received his J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law. His docket focuses on construction, business, commercial, and product liability litigation, contract drafting and review, general business matters, and mechanics and oil & gas liens. He is responsible for drafting substantive motions and briefs; attending hearings; orally arguing a myriad of motions from evidentiary to dispositive; conducting depositions; developing discovery and expert testimony; and preparing and defending witnesses. Further, Mr. Safady has been involved in numerous trials and arbitrations throughout Texas.
- He assisted in securing a full defense verdict in a binding arbitration representing a general contractor in a $30M high-rise condominium construction defect and contract dispute.
- He assisted in securing a full defense jury verdict after a two-week trial representing an engine manufacturer in a $12M hydraulic fracturing fire lawsuit.
- He assisted in securing a summary judgment dismissal of all claims representing a general contractor in a $20M high-rise construction defect dispute. He then went on to assist in drafting the appellate briefing that ultimately secured an appellate court victory affirming that summary judgment dismissal.
Mr. Safady works hard for the firm’s clients using his combined business and legal backgrounds to find solutions, whether those solutions are in or out of the courtroom.
- The University of Texas at School of Law, J.D. 2015
- Colorado State University, B.S. in Business Administration, Accounting, 2012 (with honors)
- State of Texas
- Commercial Litigation, Construction Litigation, Energy, Product Liability
SPEECHES & PUBLICATIONS
- Author: “Condominium Construction Defect Litigation Looks to Cool Off Following Mosaic Residential Appellate Decision”—Texas Construction Law Journal, Summer 2019
- Author: “Texas is Dropping the Hammer on Condo CDL Claims”—CLM Magazine, Summer 2019
- Author: “Using the Rules to Your Favor”—For The Defense Magazine, April 2019
- Author: “Evidentiary Techniques That Won a Fracking Fire Trial”—DRI Conference Manual, February 2019