Courtney has extensive litigation experience, ranging from high-profile energy cases to representation of clients in the firm’s managed care practice. She has represented corporations and individuals, both as plaintiffs and defendants, in a wide variety of litigation, arbitration and counseling matters, including breach of contract, breach of warranty, business torts, construction litigation, insurance litigation, real estate litigation, deceptive trade practices, products liability, antitrust, privacy and fraud. In her practice, Courtney has developed substantial experience in managing complex litigation and complicated discovery.
Courtney’s current practice includes an emphasis on managed care litigation. She has represented group insurers, plan administrators, third-party claim administrators and employers in lawsuits and arbitrations involving medical benefits, billing issues, fraud and other disputes. Courtney’s insurance and ERISA practice has included jurisdictional, discovery and standard of review issues unique to ERISA cases. As part of her managed care practice, she represents clients in federal and state lawsuits, as well as arbitrations, including disputes surrounding provider agreements, as well as overpayment and fraudulent billing issues. Courtney’s skill at managing large, complex disputes includes significant experience with claims data management and medical coding and billing issues, as well as privacy issues unique to the health care industry.
Additionally, Courtney has significant experience representing energy companies in complex commercial disputes, as both plaintiffs and defendants. Her experience has included representation of energy clients in contract actions, as well as other extra-contractual disputes, including breach of warranty, tortious interference, products liability, negligence and fraud.
Courtney received her JD from Vanderbilt Law School and her BA from Louisiana State University, and is a member of the Texas State Bar.
Last updated July 2019