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  1. Bankruptcy: 95%
    33 years, 1.6 thousand cases
  2. Construction: 5%
    33 years, 300 cases



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Award nameGrantorDate granted
Board Certified, Consumer Bankruptcy Law (Recertified)Texas Board of Legal Specialization2007
Board Certified, Consumer Bankruptcy Law (Recertified)Texas Board of Legal Specialization2002
Board Certified, Consumer Bankruptcy LawTexas Board of Legal Specialization1997
Order of the CoifUniversity of Houston Law Center1985
Order of the Barons Honor FraternityUniversity of Houston Law Center1982
Am Jur Awards, Conflicts of Law, Torts & Criminal ProcedureUniversity of Houston Law Center1982
Phi Kappa Phi Honor SocietyOhio University1978
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
Instructor, Business Credit LawNational Association of Credit Management1991 - 1991
Association namePosition nameDuration
National Association of Consumer Bankruptcy AttorneysMember1998 - 2009
Houston Association of Consumer Bankruptcy AttorneysMember1997 - Present
Bankruptcy Section, State Bar of TexasMember1992 - Present
State Bar of TexasMember1983 - Present
Houston Bar AssociationMember1983 - 2002
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
In Re: Gonzalez, 388 B.R. 292 (Bankr. S.D. Tex. 6/18/08).The Court answered the question “no.” Debtors may not claim a Form B22C mortgage payment deduction for a home that they intend to surrender.
In Re: Beacher, 358 B.R. 917 (Bankr. S.D. Tex. 1/26/07)Although BAPCPA requires all debtors to file Form B22A, the Court: (1) granted Debtors a waiver of that requirement; and (2) announced uniform Form B22A waiver procedures, applicable to all future cases filed in the Southern District of Texas.
In Re: Ortiz, 2006 Bankr. Lexis 2797 (Bankr. S.D. Tex. 10/13/06).Mr. Oriz was sanctioned for abusive Chapter 7 case filing.
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Publication nameTitleDate
Weberlaw.comNon-Dischargeable Debts2009
Weber Law's Bankruptcy Statutes, Rules & FormsBankruptcy Reform Software for Attorneys2005
Weberlaw.comDischarging Tax Debts in Bankruptcy2001
Weberlaw.comChapter 7 Overview2001
Weberlaw.comBankruptcy Exemptions2001
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Houston Law CenterLawJD - Juris Doctor, cum laude (top 6%)1983
Ohio UniversityN/AA.B., summa cum laude1979
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
"ConsumerBankruptcyFromStarttoFinish"Filing Chapter 72011
MeetingPerfecting Lien and Bond Claims in Texas1991
MeetingTexas Mechanic's and Materialman's Liens1990