Kendal Simpson’s trial practice is founded on exhaustive preparation and creative problem-solving for small and large commercial clients in complex litigation. Kendal has represented corporations and individuals in both state and federal courts, where she draws on her experience as a judicial clerk for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in analyzing legal issues at trial and on appeal.

Kendal has participated on a number of trial teams engaged in complex litigation, and her experience includes successfully defeating a temporary restraining order that would have enjoined the sale of an internationally renowned soccer club; successfully preserving a $10 million judgment in a federal lawsuit involving claims against former corporate officers for RICO violations, breaches of fiduciary duties, and breaches of contract; and obtaining favorable rulings in opposing over $41 million of fee enhancement requests filed in federal bankruptcy court.

Kendal’s tenacity and attention to detail are the hallmarks of her practice, and she prides herself on taking a personal interest in her clients’ concerns. No matter how complex the case, Kendal is committed to taking whatever steps are necessary to achieve outstanding results.


Kendal Simpson



Southern Methodist University

Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, 2008

Order of the Coif

SMU Law Review Association

Vanderbilt University

Bachelor of Arts, summa cum laude, 2005


Texas Supreme Court; U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas