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Matt Daigle is a civil litigation attorney representing small businesses, professionals, and individuals in commercial, real estate, trust, probate, employment, and other professional liability matters.

Matt built his career working to put his clients in a better position than where they started while working to minimize costs when possible.

He has represented small businesses and individuals as general counsel and always focused on achieving positive, tangible results as efficiently as possible.

His approach has relied on more than fifteen years of litigation and trial experience which has helped him identify, evaluate, and address the issues his clients have faced in each unique case.


Matt has utilized his knowledge of litigation strategy to leverage negotiations and settlement discussions, and if negotiations failed, he was never hesitant to go to trial. Matt understands that there is a point at which diplomacy fails, and his clients’ cases must be put in the hands of the judge and jury. It is in these situations that Matt calls upon his many years of experience as a first and second chair trial lawyer to skillfully try the case.

His real estate, insurance, professional, and corporate clients, as well as each of their cases, are assured to receive attention to the smallest of details and the full weight of his experience and passion. This attention and effort requires each plaintiff to prove their claims, which ensures his clients will have the best chance at realizing a tangible, positive result.

Representative Experience

Obtained summary judgment for a condominium homeowner’s association in a lawsuit for wrongful foreclosure, violations of the Texas DTPA, and civil theft act, resulting in the association paying nothing in damages.

Secured a settlement for a former employee sued by his former employer for nonsolicitation and noncompete clause violations; the client paid nothing to the Plaintiff.

Successfully defended a dentist’s office tenant from a lawsuit by the ownership association for the jointly owned building for common area maintenance and other charges. The dentist paid nothing in damages to the landlord to settle the case after it was proven that the client was not responsible for the charges and amounts as alleged.

Obtained summary judgment for his title company and attorney clients in a complex commercial case involving real property, a testamentary trust, probate specific issues, multiple trustees and beneficiaries, and multiple commercial loans.

Won at trial by directed verdict for a client who had been sued for breach of contract and defamation concerning the shared ownership of residential real estate.

Obtained summary judgment for insurance agent and brokerage clients who had been sued for breach of contract and violations of the Texas Insurance Code.

Reached a settlement within policy limits in a lawsuit by the owner of a commercial building against her real estate broker for over $5 million, alleging breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and breach of contract.

Successfully argued a 91a Motion to Dismiss a landman client from a federal court lawsuit by a landowner for breach of contract and over $500,000 in damages. The client paid nothing in damages.

Avoided a lawsuit from being filed against his individual client for breach of a noncompete agreement; his client paid nothing to the claimant.

Structured, formed, and organized dozens of commercial entities, including drafting very complex company agreements and corporate contracts.

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Education, Admissions & Activities


Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law

J.D., 2005

Texas A&M University

B.B.A., 2002

Bar Admissions



Court Admissions

United States District Court of Texas

Northern, Southern, Western