Sabrina Tour is a commercial litigator with trial and arbitration experience. She has tried cases both to the bench and to the jury, and has participated in arbitrations in the US and abroad. Sabrina’s practice focuses primarily on commercial litigation, oil and gas, and sports law.
Sabrina attended Rice University where she graduated with a B.A. in Political Science and Sport Management in May 2009. After graduation, she taught for two years at Yellowstone Academy, a school for underprivileged children in inner-city Houston.
In 2011, Sabrina began law school at Vanderbilt University Law School in Nashville, Tennessee. She worked for Thompson & Tredennick (now Daniels & Tredennick) in the summer after her second year of law school, concentrating on oil spill litigation. Upon her graduation from Vanderbilt in 2014, she moved back to Houston and joined Daniels & Tredennick full-time.
J.D., Vanderbilt University Law School, 2014
B.A., Rice University, 2009
Honors & Awards
Vanderbilt University Dean’s List
Rice University President’s Honor Roll
The Honorable Ewing Werlein, Jr. U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas (2012)
No. 01-15-003-5464; Baker Hughes Oilfield Operations, Inc. v. Intrepid Drilling, LLC; in the American Arbitration Association. Represented well operator in oilfield services in dispute involving alleged failure of primary production casing cement job and resulting damages, including loss of well.
No. 15-09-00205-CVK; Origin Production Group, LLC v. EOG Resources, Inc.; in the 81st Judicial District Court of Karnes County, Texas. Represent well operator in oilfield services dispute involving alleged frac hit by adjacent horizontal well operator into existing vertical well and resulting damages, including loss of well.
No. HUD-L-3889-15; Shapiro v. Trimaran Capital Partners, et al.; in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division, Hudson County. Represent former officer and minority investor in national retail company in connection with claims against majority investor and others for fraudulent inducement to extend maturity date of certain subordinated notes later significantly impaired by company’s bankruptcy.
No. 4:15-cv-01902; The Landing Council of Co-Owners v. Federal Insurance Company; in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas, Houston Division. Represent condominium homeowners’ council seeking reimbursement of defense costs against D&O insurance company for breach of duty to defend lawsuit by certain condominium owners alleging various acts of mismanagement.
Professional & Community Involvement
Yellowstone Academy, Volunteer
Vanderbilt Law School, Alumni Interviewer
Rice University, Sports Law Guest Lecturer