Oct 2019

ScottHulse attorney Francisco Ortega speaks at 11th Annual State Bar of Texas Business Disputes CLE

Francisco J. Ortega, a partner at ScottHulse, P.C., was a speaker and member of the course planning committee at the 11th Annual State Bar of Texas Business Disputes CLE in Austin, Texas. Mr. Ortega spoke on the topic, “TUTSA, the DTSA, Berry-Helfand and More: A Fresh Look at the Recoverable Damages in Trade Secret Cases,” which focused on state and federal trade...

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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  


Apr 2019

The Original Contractor’s Basic Guide to Filing a Lien in Texas

Thanks to the Texas lien laws being written so poorly, one of the most frequently asked questions that we receive is, “What must I do to get a valid mechanic’s lien in Texas?” Luckily, once you are able to decipher the language of the statute, the underlying requirements are not that complex. First, the type of contractual relationship you have with the property owner will...

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