100 N. Central Expway, Suite 402
Richardson, TX 75080
Meet Michael Keller
Mike is a trial attorney licensed in Texas and Oklahoma. His journey as trial attorney began early in law school where Mike discovered a knack for trial advocacy. While in school, he obtained multiple awards for excellence in trial advocacy, represented his law school in regional and national trial competitions, all while working for a District Court Judge – giving him keen insight into the minds of the men and women on the bench.
Mike began his career at a boutique law firm in McKinney, Texas where he gained extensive experience as a trial attorney. There he was selected by senior partners to try six lawsuits within his initial 18 months of practice. Subsequently, Mike joined a larger litigation firm in Dallas where he represented clients large and small in business liability lawsuits. Most recently, Mike served as In-House Litigation Counsel for the nation’s largest group of title companies and title insurance underwriters. There he prosecuted and defended lawsuits in state and federal court on behalf of the company and its insureds – including Fortune 500 lenders and other industry leaders.
Today, his practice is focused primarily on litigation and his experience as a litigator covers a broad swath of areas including real estate related matters, business litigation, title litigation, probate litigation, and contract matters. Mike couples his experience with cost-effective strategies to deliver winning results at a fraction of the cost of larger firms.
Mike is also a part-time real estate investor, serves as a Commissioner on the Richardson City Plan Commission, and enjoys good wine. When he is not fighting for his clients, you can find him doing all things outdoors, rooting for the Kansas Jayhawks, or spending time with his wife, Sarah, and their young son.
How Can we help?
We offer custom-made legal solutions using a skill set that draws upon deep experience, sound judgment, and the ability to make decisions tailored to the needs of each client.