Mysha Lubke

Associate

mysha.lubke@bakerbotts.com

Austin

P: +1.512.322.2541 F: +1.512.322.3641
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Mysha Lubke’s practice focuses on complex litigation and appellate matters in both state and federal courts. During law school, she served as an intern for the Honorable Lee Yeakel of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas and worked at the Securities and Exchange Commission. Prior to law school, she worked in finance and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant.

In addition, Mysha is dedicated to serving the Austin community through organizations focused on empowering those seeking social mobility. She has served and continues to serve on non-profit boards and advisory boards and donates time and expertise as a volunteer to non-profit organizations. She is dedicated to providing pro bono legal services to survivors of domestic violence.

Related Experience

Trial

  • First-chaired bench trial in Texas state court resulting in dismissal of breach of contract claim against client, global technology services provider
  • Represented British biotechnology company in bench trial of trade secret case in Washington state court
  • Represented Oil Major in $50 million trade secret and breach of contract dispute stemming from oil field technology in Texas state court
  • Represented solar energy company in $20 million commercial dispute before the American Arbitration Association
  • Obtained summary judgment in employment arbitration before the American Arbitration Association in representation of a Big Four accounting firm
  • Represented oil and gas services company in tortious interference and defamation case in Texas state court
  • Represented oil and gas exploration and production company in breach of contract litigation in Texas state court
  • Obtained summary judgment in financial dispute in defense of prepaid card company litigated in Texas state court
  • Represented international chemical company in trade secret disputes
  • Represented media company and directors in breach of fiduciary duty litigation in Delaware
  • Represented British biotechnology company in litigation before the International Trade Commission
  • Represented international computer technology company in patent dispute before the International Trade Commission
  • Represented companies in various industries in deceptive trade practices cases

Appellate

  • Represented international automobile company in appeal of $135 million trial judgment for business fraud
  • Represented insurance company in coverage dispute argued before the Supreme Court of Texas
  • Represented fin-tech company on appeal defending grant of summary judgment
  • Represented hotel company in post-trial motions pending appeal of breach of contract case
  • Obtained affirmance of family law judgment in favor of client who was represented at the trial court level by the University of Texas School of Law Domestic Violence Clinic

Pro Bono

  • Obtained favorable judgments in multiple trials representing survivors of domestic violence in family law disputes including issues of protective orders, custody, child support, spousal support, and supervised visitation.
  • Obtained possession and access for client under Texas grandparent’s rights statute
  • Represented non-profit private school in property tax dispute in Travis County
  • Represented indigent clients in appeals of protective orders

Securities

  • Represented underwriter in domestic issuer’s Master Limited Partnership “MLP” initial public offering
  • Represented underwriter in foreign issuer’s Master Limited Partnership “MLP” initial public offering
  • Advised media holding company in various legal issues regarding its securities holdings

Awards & Community

2016 Volunteer Legal Services of Central Texas Susan P. Burton Award Recipient for Pro Bono Service

News

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