also known as Doug Uloth
Focusing on business transactions, litigation, and bankruptcy for 31 years.Protecting the interests of secured and unsecured creditors in reorganization cases.Protecting the interests of secured and unsecured creditors in consumer bankruptcy cases.Helping clients record agreements and resolve contract disputes.Guiding litigation for businesses and individuals in all subject areas.Assisting businesses and individuals with operations, negotiation and review of transactions.
I focus on representing individuals and businesses (from family owned to Fortune 100) in the areas of creditors’ rights, business litigation, and general business. However, my experience extends broadly into other areas, including engagements involving issues related to manufacturing, retailing, oil and gas exploration and production, financial services, real estate, and severe personal injury.
As a trial lawyer, my experience includes the prosecution and defense of lawsuits involving fraud, breach of fiduciary obligations, loans, secured transactions, real estate contracts, commercial and residential construction, equipment, commissions, placement and removal of materialman’s and mechanic's liens upon real property, government seizure of property, and commercial leases.
In the area of creditors’ rights, I primarily work to protect the interests of secured and unsecured creditors, and businesses that have partially performed contracts with the debtor, during the bankruptcy and restructuring process. My work in this area is furthered by my experience in representing borrowers/debtors in the reorganization of industrial, service, and real estate companies.
My general experience includes the formation of numerous businesses, assistance regarding matters arising out of operations, and the review, negotiation, and drafting of business documents (including leases, licenses, employment documents, stock and asset sales agreements, and purchase orders).
Hourly ($250/hour), contingent (25-40%), Fixed (sometimes), Free consultation (15 minutes)
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I endorse this lawyer's work. Doug is among the most conscientious and capable attorneys with whom I have had the pleasure to work with for more than twenty years. I have referred many matters to Doug, generally business litigation, corporate, and complex bankruptcy matters. My clients report good results.
J. Rial Litigation Attorney
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I endorse this lawyer's work. I have worked with Doug on several cases and he is an excellent lawyer. He is capable of handling all types of civil litigation from the simplest to the most complex. I highly recommend Doug to anyone needing an attorney.
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|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||1985||09/22/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Texas Super Lawyers List||Texas Super Lawyers||2015|
|Texas Super Lawyers List||Texas Super Lawyers||2014|
|Texas Super Lawyers List||Texas Super Lawyers||2013|
|Texas Super Lawyers List||Texas Super Lawyers||2012|
|Board Certified - Bankruptcy||Texas Board of Legal Specialization||2011|
|Board Certification in Business Bankruptcy||Texas Board of Legal Specialization||2006|
|AV Rated||Martindale-Hubbell Legal Directory||1993|
|Shareholder||Uloth, P.C.||2008 - Present|
|Attorney||Glast, Phillips & Murray, A Professional Corporation||2008 - 2008|
|Partner||Uloth & Peavler, L.L.P.||2002 - 2008|
|Shareholder||Smith & Uloth, P.C.||1991 - 2002|
|Associate||Matthews, Carlton, & Stein, P.C.||1989 - 1991|
|Associate||Calhoun, Gump, Spillman, & Stacy, P.C.||1985 - 1989|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Million Dollar Advocates Forum||Member||2006 - Present|
|American Bankruptcy Institute||Member||2004 - Present|
|Texas Bar Association||Member||1985 - Present|
|Dallas Bar Association||Member||1985 - Present|
|Baker Bouleward Partners v. Sparks||Affirmed.|
|English v. Ashland Chemical, Inc.||Affirmed.|
|Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corporation v. Dixon||Affirmed in part, reversed in part and remanded.|
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|American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) Journal||Pre-Petition Termination of Executory Contract as Fraudulent Transfer.||2013|
|Review of Litigation||Equitable Estoppel as a Basis for Compelling Non-Signatories to Arbitrate - A Bridge Too Far?||2002|
|Texas Bar Journal||Enforcing Arbitration Against Non-signatories.||2002|
|Southern Methodist University||Edwin L Cox School of Business||Graduate Finance Certificate||2002|
|Southern Methodist University||Edwin L Cox School of Business||Certificate-Fundamentals of Telecom||2001|
|University Of Texas||Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)||law||1985|
|University of Virginia||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1982|
|Construction Law Section-Dallas Bar Association||Issues Commonly Arising in Commercial Construction Bankruptcies||2010|