8350 North Central Expressway
Dallas, Texas 75206
Kartik Singapura is an associate at Cherry Petersen Landry Albert. Kartik combines aggressive advocacy skills, and strong business acumen to provide his clients with results that not only address their immediate legal challenges, but also are in line with their long-term goals and objectives. In this capacity, he acts as a trusted advisor to his clients, considering all aspects of their business and what actions best suit their objectives. By virtue of taking this comprehensive approach to serving his clients, Kartik regularly produces outstanding results in high-stakes litigation, in both state court and federal court, as well as alternative dispute resolution proceedings.
A native Houstonian, Kartik began his legal career in the Houston office of a full-service, national law firm. Prior to beginning his legal career, Kartik founded an online distribution company in Austin, Texas, and later sold his company to a national delivery service.
Kartik remains active in the Dallas community by serving as a pro bono attorney with the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas, and as a member of the Communications Committee for Big Thought of Dallas.
- Real Estate
- Financial Services
- Business Torts
- Trade-Secret Misappropriation
- J.D., University of Houston Law Center, 2012
- B.S., University of Texas at Austin (Dean’s List), 2008
Court and Bar Admissions
- Texas (2012)
- U.S. District Court for the Northern, Southern, and Eastern Districts of Texas
- Pro Bono Attorney with the Human Rights Initiative of North Texas
- Communications Committee for Big Thought of Dallas
- Obtained order from Federal District Court on behalf of telecommunications client in hotly contested garnishment action for $3.2MM.
- Deposed economic expert and drafted Daubert/Robinson motion to strike expert’s $1.7MM damage model. Prior to hearing on motion to strike, settled lawsuit for less than 1% of expert’s damage model.
- Granted summary judgment dismissal of claims for nuisance, negligence, negligence per se, breach of restrictive covenant, and breach of contract brought against commercial real estate client.
- Granted summary judgment dismissal of claims for tortious interference and breach of contract brought against buyer of downtown Dallas site for redevelopment.
- Successful prosecution of claims for employee’s misappropriation of trade secrets, violation of the Texas Theft Liability Act, conspiracy, tortious interference, and injunctive relief. Case settled on very favorable monetary and injunctive terms.
- Obtained dismissal of all claims brought against officer of large financial institution in multi-plaintiff lawsuit.