Mr. Fritsche has been with Hedrick Kring Bailey, PLLC since graduating law school in May 2015. Mr. Fritsche is a member of the State Bar of Texas. He is licensed to practice in all Texas state courts and the United States District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Western, and Southern Districts of Texas.
During law school, Mr. Fritsche clerked for a top-tier commercial litigation firm in Little Rock, Arkansas. He also served as a judicial extern to the Honorable Robert T. Dawson, Senior Judge of the United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas.
Mr. Fritsche has successfully represented clients at each stage of litigation, and his experience includes:
- Successfully obtained a jury verdict on behalf of commercial landlord awarding damages and attorneys’ fees in case relating to real property conveyance.
- Obtaining temporary restraining orders and temporary injunctions in employee non-competition and non-solicitation suits, as well as trade-secrets cases.
- Achieving dismissal of purported class-action by former employees of a large hospital group.
- Prevailing on summary judgment for individual guarantors against claims arising from commercial lease guaranty.
- Obtaining summary judgment on behalf of lender and investor on breach of contract claims.
- Trying contentious landlord-tenant cases.
Mr. Fritsche graduated with his law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Arkansas School of Law in May 2015. While in law school, Mr. Fritsche was a member of the Editorial Board of the Arkansas Law Review as an Articles Editor. Mr. Fritsche has a published note on the thirty-year litigation concerning the funding structure of Arkansas public schools, which can be found at 67 ARK. L. REV. 723. He was also a participant in several of the law school’s competitions, including the intra-school Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition, the inter-school National Moot Court Competition, and a finalist in the intra-school Client Counseling Competition. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science from the University of Arkansas in 2012.