My law practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on... more
My law practice focuses on complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on bankruptcy litigation and mediation. I am Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. I help business owners maximize value whether through restructuring efforts, collection efforts or mitigating the negative affect of litigation on the company. Whether I’m advising Fortune 5... view profile
After graduating from the University of St. Thomas with highest honors, Brad went on... more
After graduating from the University of St. Thomas with highest honors, Brad went on to the University of Texas School of Law. While studying law, he spent his summers clerking at a boutique litigation firm in downtown Houston, interning at Houston’s Fourteenth Court of Appeals, and serving as the Submissions Editor of the Texas International Law Journal. Brad received his law degree with honor... view profile
Experience Rob Wisner represents banks and other financial services providers... more
Experience Rob Wisner represents banks and other financial services providers ranging from community banks to large multi-state holding companies and finance companies. His advice and unique expertise on consumer lending forms and procedures are sought not only by financial institutions, but also by forms companies, other law firms and regulators. Rob is passionate about his documents. He... view profile
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