London England

Each client deserves a tailored approach, in which all decisions in and out of the courtroom are shaped by the client's goals and informed by the client's concerns. 

London concentrates her practice on representing both individuals and corporations in high stakes litigation. She works heavily with Gray Reed’s bankruptcy team on bankruptcy adversary proceedings, as well as the firm’s government investigations & compliance practice representing regional hospitals and specialty clinics in defense of qui tam or government enforcement suits.

London has substantial experience with general commercial litigation matters, particularly defending lenders, real estate companies, and other business-to-consumer companies from consumer-protection claims falling under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and other state and federal consumer-protection statutes. In addition, she has experience bringing and defending class-action cases, representing federal receivers, and defending healthcare companies involved in litigation.

A magna cum laude graduate of SMU Dedman School of Law, London clerked for Judge Priest Johnson in the Eastern District of Texas before joining Gray Reed.  No matter the case, London works to build a thoughtful, proactive litigation strategy from the very beginning, and keeps clients informed and involved at every step. Her goal is to minimize surprises, ensure that client-representatives show off their company to the best of their ability in any litigation, hearing, and deposition, and prevent bet-the-company risks.

Representative Experience

Commercial Litigation

  • Represented a family in a trial against a home builder and obtained a jury verdict finding the builder violated the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act and committed fraud.  The jury awarded actual and punitive damages. 
  • Second-chair trial experience defending client accused of negligent firearm use resulting in death. After a five-day jury trial, the jury returned a verdict clearing the client of all liability under two affirmative defenses.
  • Represented former employee in a suit brought by their employer, accusing the employee of theft of trade secrets. Following a bench trial, the court found the employer had suffered no damages.


  • Fannie Mae v. Amelia AID PropCo, LLC, et al., Counsel to Receiver
  • Fannie Mae v. Capital Senior Living Properties 2 – Gramercy, Inc., et al., Counsel to Receiver
  • Fresh Acquisitions, LLC, Counsel to Debtors
  • CiCi’s Holdings, Inc., Counsel to the Debtors
  • Marshall Broadcasting Group, Co-Counsel to the Debtors
  • Tehum Care Services (d/b/a Corizon Health), Counsel to the Debtor
Thought Leadership / News
April 19, 2024 
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Northern District of Texas Bench Bar Conference

Organizational Involvement
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
    • Judicial Internship Committee
    • Leadership Class of 2020
  • Association of Former Law Clerks of the Eastern District of Texas
  • J.D., magna cum laude, Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, Order of the Coif (2018)
  • B.A., University of Washington (2008)
Judicial Clerkships
  • The Honorable Kimberly Priest Johnson, Eastern District of Texas
Bar Admission
  • Texas
Court Admissions
  • United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas
  • United States District Court, Northern District of Texas
  • United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
  • United States District Court, Southern District of Texas
When I Feel Most At Home
  • Taking long weekend walks with my dog, a pointer-lab mix
  • DIYing: making furniture, home remodel projects and sewing my own clothes