Kyle Poe focuses his practice on the management of complex litigation, particularly product liability, toxic tort, financial services, and insurance recovery litigation. Kyle is a recognized leader in the application of innovative data-analytic and knowledge-management techniques to assess risk, optimize litigation strategies, and deliver effective, cost-efficient results. He also oversees software development of various litigation-management platforms and tools.
Kyle has coordinated multidistrict and national litigation involving claims of occupational exposure to asbestos and silica. He serves as coordinating counsel to a leading financial institution facing allegations of improprieties in mortgage origination, servicing, foreclosure, and loan-modification processing in state and federal courts across the United States. He also represents policyholders in insurance coverage disputes involving product liability, toxic tort, industrial construction, and mortgage foreclosure losses. Kyle's experience also includes oil and gas litigation and arbitration, other complex commercial litigation, and appellate briefing.
Prior to joining Morgan Lewis, Kyle served as a law clerk to Justice Elsa Alcala of the Texas First Court of Appeals. He graduated from Harvard Law School, after earning a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Texas at Austin.
Harvard Law School, 2010, J.D.
University of Texas at Austin, 2005, B.A.
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas