Brenda is partner at Litchfield Cavo LLP’s Dallas-Fort Worth office and is regularly retained as counsel for all aspects of commercial and corporate litigation. Specifically, she actively defends toxic tort, construction defect, premises and products liability, and commercial trucking and transportation cases in both federal and state courts.
Brenda also represents employers in a range of employment litigation claims of discrimination, harassment and retaliation and those related to the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). She assists employers in the coordinated response to charges of discrimination before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Texas Workforce Commission and other federal, state and local agencies.
With a solid real estate practice, Brenda’s experience includes negotiation of commercial and retail leases and the handling of all aspects for acquisition of commercial real estate properties, including matters related to zoning modification and approvals.
Brenda is currently a member of the Firm’s Diversity & Inclusion Committee and also serves as a Partner Liaison to the Firm’s Associate Subcommittee for Diversity & Inclusion.
- Serves as outside counsel to a national trucking company, assisting in all aspects of transportation defense
- Serves as lead outside co-counsel for a publicly held national retailer with more than 3,500 stores, handing retail lease negotiations throughout the US
- Managed, defended and resolved cases involving thousands of claimants for premises defendants and product manufacturers in trial courts throughout the state of Texas
- Served as co-counsel on behalf of a Fortune 500 client in relation to a gross negligence/wrongful death case resulting from a commercial construction site pending in Dallas County, Texas in which the client was successfully dismissed prior to trial based on the development of strong motion practice and witness testimony
- Served as co-counsel in alleged asbestos and silica exposure cases pending throughout state courts in Texas
- Participated in a jury trial in Tarrant County, Texas on behalf of the defense of a national business owner that resulted in a defense verdict finding no negligence for her client
- Obtained significant nonsuit through non-party discovery on behalf of international fire protection and suppression company named in a water damages lawsuit due to an alleged improper and faulty installation of the sprinkler system piping; aggressive discovery revealed acts of misconduct by a commercial property owner that had been documented by a non-part