Courtney Henson’s practice is concentrated in complex commercial litigation, class actions and business disputes. Whether representing large institutional clients throughout the country or an individual in need, Courtney genuinely cares about her clients and recognizes that all legal problems are ultimately human problems. She is passionate about the law and advocates tirelessly for her clients. In addition to class action lawsuits, her diverse practice includes business separation disputes, contract disputes, construction litigation, and pre-litigation business dispute resolution, among many others. Courtney serves clients in Arizona in numerous industries, including some of the most prominent companies in the region.
Courtney understands the importance of listening to her clients and identifying creative non-litigation alternatives, when appropriate, to resolve disputes.
Courtney devotes a significant amount of time to the community. She has been recognized for her pro bono work and advocacy on autism issues.
Represented product distributors in multiple national class action lawsuits
Represented dozens of companies and individuals in breach of contract matters
Represented partners, members and shareholders who wish to separate from their business partners
Defended multi-million dollar trade secret misappropriation claim through summary judgment
Represented both plaintiffs and defendants in alter ego/corporate veil piercing cases
Represented international financial institutions in insurance-related disputes and other matters
Represented insurance companies in class action lawsuits
University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law (J.D., magna cum laude, 2013)
Order of the Coif
Articles Editor, Arizona Law Review
Community Service Award
2L of the Year
Award for Outstanding Achievement in Oral Argument
Award for Outstanding Performance in Legal Writing
Dean’s Achievement Scholarship
Constitutional Law Fellow
Georgia State University (B.A., Political Science, cum laude, 2006)
Field Study in Anthropology, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2006)