Kim Altsuler is a partner in Peckar & Abramson’s Houston office and is Chair of the firm’s Residential and Multi-Family Construction Practice. While Kim has a diverse litigation practice, her concentration is in all aspects of residential construction, from contracting through dispute resolution.
Chair - Residential and Multi-Family Construction Practice
“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.”
Over the years Kim has handled a variety of complex litigation matters, with residential construction being the primary focus of her practice. Kim represents national, regional, and local homebuilders in all aspects of their business needs, from preparing contracts, to providing counsel on warranty claims, to representing them in mediation, arbitration or trial. Kim joined P&A in 2020 to expand both the resources and the scope of legal services she can provide to her construction clients.
In addition to residential construction, Kim represents commercial contractors and subcontractors in litigation and dispute resolution. She has represented large manufacturers in product liability disputes and has defended personal injury claims. Kim has handled real estate litigation such as nuisance, easement and deed restriction disputes. Kim also maintains a docket of diverse business litigation matters.
Kim earned her B.A. from The University of Texas at Austin in 1993, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with honors, and her J.D. from The University of Texas School of Law in 1996.
Kim chairs the Residential & Multi-Family Construction Practice Group at P&A.
State of Texas
U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit
State Bar of Texas
Houston Bar Association (Construction Law Section and Litigation Section)
American Bar Association
Greater Houston Builder’s Association
The University of Texas, B.A.
The University of Texas, J.D.
Texas Bar Foundation, Fellow
Best Lawyers - Construction Litigation, 2020-2022
Top Lawyers in Texas
“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