I enjoy both representing my clients in litigation and advising them on strategies to avoid disputes long-term. My clients appreciate my quick review of allegations and my efficiency at pinpointing the critical issues at play in each matter. I pride myself on being approachable and congenial with clients, judges, and opposing counsel alike.
Kathryn “Kasey” Davis has represented financial institutions in litigation for more than 15 years. She handles single-plaintiff and class actions, primarily defending against claims asserting violations of Texas state and federal consumer protection statutes such as the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA), Truth in Lending Act (TILA), Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA), and others. In addition, her complex commercial litigation matters typically involve claims for breach of contract, business torts, fraud, and others.
Kathryn also has extensive experience responding to inquiries from the Consumer Finance Protection Bureau (CFPB), state attorney generals, and state regulatory agencies received by her clients.
Kathryn’s practice extends to the defense of lending institutions in adversary proceedings commenced by debtors and trustees in bankruptcy court. These matters typically involve the defense of claims for violations of bankruptcy discharge or preferential transfers as well as advising clients on policies and procedures for consumer-facing communications post-bankruptcy.
Kathryn has a history of varied pro bono representation, ranging from immigration and asylum cases to veterans’ wills through the Wills for Heroes program, and representation of individuals on the use of service animals in employment under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).