Kyle Mason’s practice focuses on matters related to complex commercial litigation and energy litigation. He represents plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts across the country.
Prior to joining Bracewell, Kyle interned for the US Trustee Program at the Department of Justice. He was also a judicial extern for Magistrate Judge Kimberly Priest Johnson of the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas and a judicial intern for Justice Bill Whitehill of the Fifth District Court of Appeals of Texas. Kyle also worked as a corporate counsel extern for a large oil company.
Recent Notable Matters
International independent tank storage provider — Represented worldwide operator of tank storage terminals in multi-million dollar breach of contract and payment dispute brought by a general contractor hired to construct multiple petrochemical storage tanks at client’s facility. The matter was resolved prior to arbitration hearing.
Baker Hughes — Defended client in suit brought by German entity to obtain U.S. discovery for use in an international arbitration related to equipment installed in natural gas storage caverns throughout Germany. The application for discovery was denied at the district court level; contributed to appellate briefing in the Third Circuit.
Global distributor of oil and gas tubular products — obtained confidential settlement rooting from breach of contract action against national software reseller and IT infrastructure provider relating to implementation of enterprise resource planning (“ERP”) software