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  • Education
    • J.D., magna cum laude, Texas Tech University School of Law, 2015
    • B.S., magna cum laude, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, 2012, Political Science, Public Relations
  • Court Admissions
    • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
    • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas
    • U.S. District Court, Western District of Texas
Ashley N. Gould is dedicated to helping clients efficiently and effectively resolve litigation matters that can disrupt or even derail their business objectives. She takes pride in bringing a collaborative and strategic brand of representation to each matter. Clients value her transparent communication style as much as they value her ability to zealously advocate for them through the entire litigation process.  Clients appreciate that she is present and accessible each step along the way, from resolving complex electronic discovery issues through summary judgment, trial, and appeal.

Ashley has represented a wide variety of clients, including collegiate conferences, aviation companies, and commercial real estate businesses. Her practice focuses on general commercial litigation matters, including business and contract disputes. She also represents collegiate athletic conferences in a variety of federal and state law tort, contract, and anti-trust matters.
  • Obtained favorable outcome for bank intervening in action wherein the bank and several other entities claimed interests in proceeds arising from sold property within the possession of the court’s registry. 
  • Obtained motion to dismiss for four aviation companies for unjust enrichment claims in the Superior Court of the State of Delaware.
  • Represents collegiate conferences in multiple class actions and antitrust matters.
  • Successfully represented sports media rights holder in six day arbitration against broadcaster regarding contract dispute.
  • Obtained summary judgment on liability for commercial landlord for breach of lease and attorney’s fees.
  • Successfully represented aviation company sued by two sets of plaintiffs for breach of fiduciary duty and fraud.