Stephen W. Sather

Stephen W. Sather

Bankruptcy Attorney
Austin, TX




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About Me

In 21 years of practice, I have represented debtors, creditors, trustees and creditors' committees in cases under every chapter of the Bankruptcy Code. I have experience in trying cases and in appellate practice. My current practice consists primarily of representing creditors, business debtors and trustees in bankruptcy court. I am in my second year as president of the Bankruptcy Section of the...

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Client Reviews

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Bankruptcy Preferential Payment Resolution

Posted by: a Chapter 11 client about 3 years ago.

Steve was very helpful in assisting with our case. He was able to negotiate a settlement that we were comfortable with. Having to hire a lawyer out...

Very informative, compassionate and fair.

Posted by: Michael over 4 years ago.

I went to see Steven regarding possible bankruptcy. I had already met with several other attorneys who showed no compassion and left me more confused...
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1986 License Status: Eligible To Practice In Texas for the state of Texas.
Last updated by Avvo: 03/21/2015
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2007 – present

Barron, Newburger, Sinsley & Wier, PLLC


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1986 J.D. in

University Of Texas


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2008 Constant Gardener Award (for pro bono representation)

Advocacy, Inc.


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2006- 2008 President

Bankruptcy Section, Austin Bar Association

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Showing 2 of 11 publications

2007 Supreme Court Reverses Denial of Attorney’s Fees to Unsecured Creditor

Bankruptcy Briefs, Newsletter of the Bankruptcy Section of the Federal Bar Association

2006 The Great Bankruptcy Rush of 2005 and Its Aftermath: The View from Texas

American Bankruptcy Institute Journal

Speaking Engagements

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2008 New Trends in Bankruptcy Litigation

at 11th Annual Conference

2007 Trends in Dischargeability Litigation

at Advanced Consumer Bankruptcy Conference

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