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Overview

Sammy is a commercial litigator who focuses on solving contentious business disputes so clients can get back to work.

He assists in offering legal insight to business leaders across a wide range of industries, including Healthcare, Finance, Labor & Employment and Construction, among others. Providing the due diligence and drafting that are integral to innovative case strategy, Sammy helps clients with complex matters of breach of contract, commercial bankruptcy, discrimination claims, negligence claims and government investigations.

Sammy understands that businesses don’t come to a halt because of legal matters and works with businesses large and small to integrate cost-effective legal solutions into day-to-day operations.

Prior to joining Husch Blackwell, he served as a summer associate at the firm. During law school, Sammy served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Jeff Manske in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas. He earned the title of Best Speaker in the Chicago Bar Association National Moot Court Competition and was also the Finalist in Baylor Law School’s “Mad Dog” Practice Court Competition.


Service

Education

  • J.D., Baylor Law School
    • cum laude
    • Baylor Law Review, Articles Editor
    • Louis S. Muldrow Jury Argument Award
    • Bob and Karen Wortham Practice Court Award
    • Baylor Barrister Society
  • B.A., Baylor University
    • Psychology

Admissions

  • Texas
Outside the Office

Sammy never misses the Austin City Limits music festival.

A former bass guitarist and DJ, he remains a devoted live music fan. Sammy has not missed Austin’s annual music festival since he first attended in 2010.

Community Leadership

Standing up for the young and vulnerable.

As a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) in the child protective services (CPS) court, Sammy advocated for children in foster care by investigating cases and presenting reports in hearings to assist judges in deciding the best placement for children.