Kim Altsuler

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Kim Altsuler

Co-Managing Partner, Houston Office

Chair - Residential and Multi-Family Construction Practice

Houston, TX

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“I am proud to be part of a group of attorneys at P&A who use both experience and creativity to serve our clients’ needs.”




State of Texas

U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit


State Bar of Texas (Construction Law Section Council Member 2023-2026)

Houston Bar Association (Construction Law Section and Litigation Section)

American Bar Association

Greater Houston Builder’s Association

Education & Courses

The University of Texas, B.A.

The University of Texas, J.D.

Awards & Recognitions

Texas Bar Foundation, Fellow

Texas Super Lawyers, Top Women Attorneys in Texas, 2023

Texas Super Lawyers, 2022-2023

Best Lawyers - Construction Litigation, 2020-2024

Top Lawyers in Texas

Publications & Presentations

“Beyond College Admissions: The SCOTUS Decision’s Impact on Construction, Law Firms and DE&I,” Construction Super Conference, November 2023

“Navigating the Changes: Understanding the Updated Residential Construction Liability Act,” P&A Webinar, August 2023

“Adding Tools to Your Toolbox: Enlightened Construction Dispute Resolution Strategies,” Groundbreaking Women in Construction Conference, May 2023

“Beat the Heat: Heat Stress Safety Tips for Homebuilders,” P&A and Core Safety Group Webinar, May 2023

“Texas Shortens Cut-Off Date for Suits Against Homebuilders Who Provide a 6-Year Written Warranty,” P&A Client Alert, June 2023 (Author)

“Texas Supreme Court Rules That Subsequent Purchaser of Home Is Bound by Original Homeowner’s Arbitration Agreement With Builder,” P&A Client Alert, May 2023 (Author)

“Fall Protection in Residential Construction: Risks & Best Practices,” P&A and Core Safety Group Webinar, November 2022

“Mold—It’s Still Growing! Understanding, Preventing and Responding to Mold in Construction and Renovation,” Construction Executive, June 2021 (Co-Author)

“The 411 on the RCLA, An In-Depth Analysis of the Texas Residential Construction Liability Act,” 34th Annual Construction Law Conference, March 2021