- Litigation in Bankruptcy Courts, Probate Courts, and State and Federal Courts
- including commercial collections, judgment and foreign judgment enforcement, enforcement of trust and will provisions, and of Texas Probate Code, statutory consumer actions (FDCPA, FCRA, TCPA), extra-ordinary remedies including “turn-over orders”, sequestrations, involuntary bankruptcies, temporary restraining orders.
Admitted: 1983, Texas; 1993, Colorado; U.S. District Court, Northern, Western and Southern Districts of Texas, U.S. District Court for Colorado
Law School: University of Houston, J.D. Undrgraduate: Colorado State University
Member: State Bar of Texas; State Bar of Colorado, San Antonio Bar Association, San Antonio Bankruptcy Bar Association.
Biography: Phi Delta Phi. Member, Order of the Barons. Recipient, E.E. Townes Award for Legal Journalism, 1982. Author: “Prison Conditions as Cruel and Unusual Punishment,” 22 South Texas Law Journal 374, 1982. Author and Lecturer: “Employment Agreements; Terminations and Covenants not to Compete,” University of Houston Corporate and Business Law Institute, 1991. Co-Author: “Current Issues in Foreclosures,” State Bar of Texas Advanced Real Estate Law Course, 1987. Co-Author: What Bankruptcy Lawyers Should Know about the FCRA” (State Bar of Texas “Top Ten Presentation” 2010).
Awards: Recipient of “Justice for the People” award presented by Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, 2013 and “Champion of Justice” award presented by Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid, 2010, both for assistance in making legal services available to the indigent folks of South Texas.
Born: Denver, Colorado