Sarah A. Samuel

Sarah A. Samuel

by nichi0402

With nearly a decade of commercial litigation practice under her belt, Sarah has substantial experience representing entities and individuals on both sides of the aisle.

Sarah moved to Texas when she was 11 years old. Having spent her entire adult life in the Houston area, Sarah proudly considers herself a Houstonian and Texan.  She completed her bachelor’s degree at The University of Texas at Austin with Honors, and graduated in the top quarter of her class from the University of Houston Law Center.  While at UHLC, Sarah served as the Head Articles Editor for the Houston Journal of International Law, worked as a research scholar for the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center, competed as a brief writer and oralist with the UHLC Blakely Advocacy Institute’s moot court team, and published a research paper with the American Bar Association.

Sarah has helped clients through all stages of litigation, including jury trials, bench trials, mediations, and arbitrations on matters ranging from simple contract disputes to complex commercial construction disputes.  Her other areas of practice include DTPA actions, fraudulent transfers, residential construction defects, non-competition and employment agreements, misappropriation of trade secrets, receiverships, collection matters, and municipal / governmental disputes.

Sarah is admitted to practice in all Texas state courts, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

When not fighting for clients, Sarah cultivates her pollinator-friendly garden, which is a certified wildlife habitat.  She also enjoys visiting botanical gardens, dancing, traveling, and finding new local music & art.

  • Defended global oil and gas storage corporation against a wrongful termination of EPC contract.
  • Prosecuted billion-dollar national chain for racial discrimination.
  • Represented Texas medical garment supplier in suit against former employees and out-of-state entities for theft of trade secrets, fraud, and conspiracy.
  • Prosecuted judgment debtor in multimillion dollar fraudulent transfer suit, securing favorable verdict along with malice finding.
  • Negotiated several six-figure settlements
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Houston Bar Association, Litigation Section
  • Texas Master Gardener Association
  • Director, Marian Trails MUD 3 Board of Directors