Mr. Doyle joined Padfield & Stout, LLP in 2016 and has been groomed to engage in the firm’s extensive civil litigation practice. Mr. Doyle assists clients in protecting their interest, securing possession of assets, and enforcing contractual commitments – through the strategic application of preventative measures and, when advantageous, utilization of the Texas civil litigation process. As a continual benefit of Mr. Doyle’s prior professional experience, he understands the value and importance of tailoring the services provided to each client in order to most effectively achieve their individual goals. Mr. Doyle has also successfully negotiated and structured a number of mutually beneficial settlement agreements in accordance with his client’s objectives.
Mr. Doyle received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Accounting from Stephen F. Austin State University in 2013. While at Stephen F. Austin State University, he was on the University’s President List and also received a nomination/scholarship for Accounting Student of the year. Mr. Doyle received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas A&M School of Law in 2017. While attending Texas A&M School of Law, Mr. Doyle focused his studies towards a concentration in civil and corporate litigation as well as negotiation strategy. Mr. Doyle also interned at the Harris County District Attorney’s office in the Felony trial division.
Mr. Doyle is a member of the State Bar of Texas and the Tarrant County Bar Association.
Mr. Doyle is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.