Creditors’ rights


Sep 2019

Strategies for Collecting Judgments Seminar

On October 17, 2019, Stuart Schwartz and Casey Stevenson will be speaking on Post-Judgment Discovery Strategies at the Strategies for Collecting Judgments seminar in Austin, Texas, sponsored by the State Bar of Texas. Learn more about our presenting attorneys below. Stuart R. Schwartz Attorney / Shareholder   Casey S. Stevenson Attorney / Shareholder  


Oct 2018

Creating A Security Interest In Your Tenant Security Deposits

By James M. H. Feuille, Associate Attorney Creditor’s Rights Section – White Paper – September 2018 In the words of Michael Scott, the infamous over-spender on NBC’s The Office: “I declare bankruptcy!” As a commercial landlord, those three words can be terrifying, but they do not need to be. Word of a tenant’s bankruptcy can fill a landlord with fear of the unknown – namely,...

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May 2017

ScottHulse Attorney Stuart Schwartz Honored by El Paso’s Young Lawyers

ScottHulse shareholder Stuart R. Schwartz was recognized as “Outstanding Senior Lawyer” by the El Paso Young Lawyers Association for his community service and dedication to professionalism and justice, May 13, at the El Paso Bar Association Law Day Dinner and Awards Banquet. Mr. Schwartz has served on the board of numerous nonprofit and governmental organizations. He is the current chairman of the Ethics Review Commission...

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