Kane Russell Coleman Logan PC
Focusing her practice on real estate and commercial litigation, Jaime DeWees manages complex cases, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings, from inception to resolution in state and federal forums. She handles matters in real property, contracts, and banking/finance, including those at the intersection of these areas, and has tried cases for property owners, developers, builders, landlords, and tenants, in matters concerning real estate investment partnerships, enforcement of restrictive covenants and deed restrictions, easements, landlord-tenant disputes, eminent domain, boundary disputes, quiet title actions, and contract disputes involving real property. She represents both plaintiffs and defendants, with a client load evenly split between Texas-based clients and those outside the state. Jaime also represents clients in complex commercial litigation involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets, securities enforcement and fraud, partnership and joint venture disputes, and intellectual property disputes. A demonstrated advocate with a performance background, Jaime excels at telling her clients’ stories in a cohesive, memorable way. She finds it gratifying to use her talents to serve as the voice of a person or company, engage judges and juries, persuade them to side with her, and procure positive results.