June 2, 2015
EL PASO, TX – El Paso attorneys Stuart R. Schwartz and Casey Stevenson, shareholders of the ScottHulse law firm, were featured speakers at the State Bar of Texas Collections and Creditors’ Rights Course. The course took place in Dallas on May 14-15. It will be rebroadcasted June 9-10 in Houston.
Mr. Schwartz, who heads the ScottHulse Creditors’ Rights Law section, spoke on the topic “Post Judgment Discovery and Enforcement: Making the Debtor Face the Choice of Cooperation or Jail.” Mr. Stevenson presented on “Admitting Evidence Without a Witness.”
“The annual two-day conference provides critical insight into a wide range of creditors’ rights topics and strategic tools that can be used to pursue collections matters,” said Mr. Schwartz, who is a member of the Course Planning Committee. “A creditor may have a valid claim, but the ability to collect the judgment once it is obtained may hinge on convincing the debtor to cooperate in a voluntary payment plan.”
Mr. Schwartz is one of only three Texas attorneys board certified in creditors’ rights law by the American Board of Certification. Mr. Stevenson is licensed to practice creditors’ rights law in Texas and New Mexico. He represents both national and international creditors in a variety of collections matters.
For additional information regarding this conference, contact Stuart R. Schwartz at
ScottHulse is a full-service law firm with offices in El Paso, San Antonio, and Las Cruces. ScottHulse attorneys have represented individuals and major participants in the commercial and industrial sectors of the El Paso, Juarez, and Las Cruces Borderplex since 1889. Today, ScottHulse attorneys are involved in client and community initiatives that are transforming the Borderplex into the most dynamic commercial center in the Southwest and the epicenter of U.S./Mexico trade.