About Us

King Law Group PLLC is a full-service business and insurance law firm with locations in Austin and Dripping Springs, Texas.  We serve our clients in the state courts of Texas, Alabama, and Louisiana, as well as federal courts nationally.

We take great pride in the service we provide to our clients locally and nationwide.  At KLG, you will find diverse and experienced attorneys who are business-minded, strategic counselors, but also aggressive litigators.  Whether it be in the boardroom, contract negotiations, or litigation, we form a partnership with our clients to provide effective and efficient service.  We never lose sight of the fact that our clients are people, and we strive to meet their needs.

Mary Ellen King founded the firm in 2011 in Austin, Texas, as a full-service insurance litigation boutique. In June, Rick King joined the firm and brought his wealth of litigation knowledge to the firm. One year later, in May 2012, the firm opened its Dripping Springs office. With a team of attorneys and support personnel assisting in providing top notch client service, KLG practices in the state courts of Texas, Louisiana, and Alabama and federal courts nationwide.

The firm model has been successful in attracting insurance companies and business clients who value efficient, value-added, practical legal counsel — with big firm attention to detail at realistic and attractive rates.

Since its inception, King Law Group has broadened and diversified its client base to include clients from Fortune 500 companies and large insurance companies to new and small businesses and insurance companies in need of effective and efficient legal counsel.

KLG’s attorneys are also very involved in the Austin and Dripping Springs communities.  Whether it be serving on community boards or volunteering at a local charity, they are always finding ways to lend a helping hand.



Brandon is an experienced commercial litigator who focuses on contract, construction, and real estate matters.  He has represented numerous homeowners in construction and real estate matters, and a wide array of businesses, including construction firms, software companies, distilleries, and retailers in various commercial disputes and transactional matters.  Brandon leverages his experience as a commercial litigator to assist clients with transactional matters related to their businesses, such as entity formation, membership or stock purchase agreements and transactions, and contract drafting.

Brandon routinely assists construction firms navigate the complex mechanic and materialman’s lien laws in Texas and protect their rights under Texas law.  Brandon’s extensive experience with the Texas Residential Construction Liability Act gives him the tools to help homeowners and construction firms navigate construction defect claims and resolve them efficiently and effectively.  His practice takes him to state and federal courts throughout Central Texas.”

Practice Areas

Business Disputes, Fiduciary Litigation, Business Transactions, Entity Formation, Insurance Defense, Personal Injury Defense, Contract Drafting and Review, and Real Estate Litigation.

Honors and Activities

Board Member, 1601 Stassney Lane Home Owners Association (2018 – Present)

Austin Bar Association and Austin Young Lawyers Association (2016 – Present)

Volunteer Legal Services, Pro Bono Counsel (2016 – Present)

Graduate of Austin Young Lawyers Leadership Academy (2018)

Hughes-Gossett Award, United States Supreme Court Historical Society (July 2016)

Publication: The Font of Federal Power: A History of US Supreme Court Commerce Clause Jurisprudence (Published in Journal of Supreme Court History 2016)

Bar Admissions

Texas Supreme Court – State Bar of Texas

United States District Courts for the Western District of Texas


St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D. 2015

Texas State University, Bachelor of International Studies 2012

Magna Cum Laude

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