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Kyle Gooch

  • Director
  • Canterbury, Gooch, Surratt, Shapiro, Stein, Gaswirth & Jones, P.C.
  • Suite 1000
    5005 LBJ Freeway
  • Dallas, Texas 75244
  • Email: kgooch@canterburylaw.com
  • Phone: (972)388-5154
  • Cell: (214)616-1800
  • Company Phone: (972)239-7493
  • Fax: (972)490-7739

Education

  • Undergraduate: BS Texas A&M University/1974
  • Law School: Baylor University/1977, 1977 

Career History

Board Certified – Construction Law

Professional Activities

  • Member; Dallas Bar Association (Construction Law Section)
  • Former Chair, State Bar of Texas (Construction Law Section)
  • Former Council Member, Dallas Bar Association (Construction Law Section)
  • Former Council Member State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section
  • Fellow, Dallas Bar Foundation
  • Fellow of the American College of Construction Lawyers
  • Arbitrator, American Arbitration Association

Representative Articles, Publications, Speeches and Seminars

  • Construction Insurance and Exclusions for Contractors-Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section)  1995
  • The Insured’s (Client’s) Response to the Carrier’s Reservation of Rights Letter  Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section)  1998
  • Builder’s Risk: The Forgotten Insurance – Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section)  1999
  • Form Follies: Void, Invalid, and Questionable AIA A201-1997 General Conditions Provisions Under Texas Law -Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section)  2001
  • Wiley Construction Law Update (co-author) (Southwest Region) – Aspen 1997-2002
  • Builder’s Risk; The Devil is in the Exclusions – Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section) 2003
  • Express Indemnity Clauses in Texas (Co-Author) – Winter 2003 Construction Law Journal (Official Publication of the Construction Law Section of the State Bar of Texas) – 2003
  • Construction Law Causes of Action – State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Section – 2005
  • Use of Expert Witnesses in Development and Prosecution of Construction Contract Claims (Co-Author) – Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section) – October 2005
  • Risk Allocation – Owners – Contractors (Co-Author) – Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section) – March 2006
  • Warranty and Professional Liability Under Design and Construction Contracts – State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Section – 2006
  • Things May Not be What They Appear – Discussion with Respect to Ambiguous Construction Contract Clauses – Texas Institute of Continuing Legal Education (In cooperation with the State Bar of Texas Construction Law Section) – 2007
  • So, You Thought You Were Just the Contractor? – State Bar of Texas Construction Law Conference – 2010
  • The Performance Bond and Coverage:  Can You Mine Coverage From the Forms? – ACCL 23rd Annual Meeting – 2012
  • Pay-If-Paid Clauses – Can the Surety Enforce the Contingency? – State Bar Construction Law Conference – 2012
  • Negotiating Tricky Clauses in Prime Contracts – State Bar Construction Law Conference – 2014

Court Admissions

  • State Bar of Texas, 1977
  • Northern District of Texas
  • Southern District of Texas
  • Eastern District of Texas
  • Western District of Texas
  • Fifth Circuit Court


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