02 Jan Julie M. Christensen
Julie M. Christensen
Julie M. Christensen is an associate practicing in the firm’s complex litigation/dispute resolution group where she focuses her practice in the areas of commercial and intellectual property litigation.
Julie has experience drafting and arguing substantive pleadings at all phases of litigation, preparing and defending witnesses for depositions, and conducting written discovery.
Julie received her J.D. from Baylor University School of Law where she served on the Editorial Board for the Baylor Law Review. She also holds a B.A. in international studies from Baylor University. Prior to joining Munck Wilson, Julie focused her practice on the areas of catastrophic products liability, dram shop/liquor liability, premises liability, and construction defect cases.
- Obtained favorable verdict as second chair in six-day jury trial, representing employer sued for negligent hiring, where duties included drafting all pre-trial documents and arguing Motion for Directed Verdict, motions in limine, and other motions before the court where plaintiffs sought over $30 million in damages;
- Obtained summary judgment for component part manufacturer in products liability boating accident case involving catastrophic personal injuries where plaintiffs alleged over $50 million in damages;
- Obtained summary judgment for janitorial services company in premises liability and negligence case involving allegations of sexual misconduct;
- Facilitated favorable resolution for flooring supplier during five-day trial in a wrongful death case where duties included drafting and arguing substantive pre-trial pleadings;
- Successfully defended one of the largest multi-specialty medical groups in Texas in breach of contract arbitration brought by contracted physician where duties included examining key witness.
Presentations & Published Works
Co-author, Your Digital World: What’s Happening and Using Metadata, State Bar of Texas Advanced Medical Torts CLE (March 2018)
A Deposition Is Not A “Take Home Examination”: Resolving the Ambuguity of Texas Rule of Civil Procedure 203.1, 69 Baylor Law Review 217 (Winter 2017)
Professional Associations & Memberships
State Bar of Texas
Dallas Bar Association
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers