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Lisbeth K Findsen

also known as Beth Findsen, Beth K. Findsen

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Beth Findsen has litigated complex commercial cases for 16 years, first in Houston, Texas, then in Arizona. Ms. Findsen became a member of the Texas Bar in 1997, and a member of the Arizona Bar in 2004.  In her first  year of practice at Baker Botts, LLP  in Houston, Texas in 1997, she second-chaired and litigated one case to jury verdict, with successful results for the client.  Her trial practice has encompassed  a broad array of business litigation matters including foreclosure defense; business torts; class actions; construction disputes; contract disputes; fiduciary disputes; officer and director liability; oil & gas matters; partnership cases;  real estate disputes; and securities fraud. Her clients have included large publicly-traded oil companies, national sports teams, hedge funds, national hotel chains, Fortune 400 employers, as well as consumer homeowners and individuals.  In her tenure at Cunningham, Darlow, Ms. Findsen assisted in the six-month trial of a famous probate case, one of a bundle of related cases that ultimately resulted in the landmark decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in Stern v. Marshall, elucidating the jurisdiction of Bankruptcy Judges vs. Article III judges to decide matters of state law that are subsumed into bankruptcy cases.

Ms. Findsen has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts before judges and juries.  Ms. Findsen has practiced before federal district courts in Texas and Arizona, the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals,  the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the National Labor Relations Board, Arbitration Panels for securities arbitration, and Texas state courts; Arizona federal district courts, Arizona state courts.

Ms. Findsen graduated magna cum laude, ranked fourth in her graduating class of 168 students, and the top-ranked female graduate, from the University of Houston College of Law, a top-tier law school per the U.S. News & World Report Law School rankings in 1997, where she served as Articles Editor for the Houston Law Review, and was a member of the Order of the Coif and Order of the Barons.  In 1991, Ms. Findsen received her Bachelor of Science s from the University of Texas at Austin.

She received numerous awards including the Corpus Juris Secundum (formerly the AmJur)  awards for the top grade in Torts, Contracts, Criminal Procedure, and Civil Procedure.  She received the Susman Godfrey Award for Best Litigation Paper.  She worked with Texas appellate judge (since retired) of the Texas Court of Appeals-Div. 1-Houston on a special project resulting in a legislative change regarding the availability of interlocutory appeal of the denial of a special appearance by a non-resident defendant in Texas.


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  1. Foreclosure: 75%
    9 years, 25 cases
  2. Litigation: 13%
    19 years, 6 cases
  3. Debt Settlement: 12%



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Contact info

7279 E. Adobe Drive Suite 120
Scottsdale, AZ, 85255

7279 E Adobe Dr
Scottsdale, AZ, 85255-0001

7279 E Adobe Dr
Bldg D Ste 120
Scottsdale, AZ, 85255



AZActive 200407/01/2016
TXInactive 199708/17/2016
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Avvo contributions
Legal answers
Award nameGrantorDate granted
Susman Godfrey AwardSusman Godfrey LLP1995
Deans ScholarshipUH Law Center1994
Work experience
TitleCompany nameDuration
AssociateCunningham, Darlow, Zook & Chapoton, LLP2001 - 2004
AssociateBAKER BOTTS LLP1997 - 2002
Summer AssociateMayor Day Caldwell & Keeton, LLP1996 - 1997
Summer AssociateBaker & Botts1996 - 1997
Summer AssociateLiddell, Sapp, Zvley, Hill & La Boon, LLP1996 - 1996
House MessengerTexas House of Representatives1989 - 1991
Association namePosition nameDuration
National Association of Consumer AdvocatesMember2015 - Present
State Bar of TexasN/AN/A
State Bar of ArizonaN/AN/A
Texas Young Lawyers AssociationN/AN/A
Houston Law ReviewArticles EditorN/A
Legal cases
Case nameOutcome
Author, Amicus Curiae Brief, Arizona Supreme Court, CV-11-0115-PR Hogan v. Washington Mutual BankN/A
Author, Amicus Curiae Brief, Arizona Supreme Court, CV-11- 00091N/A
Huff v. MasonReversed and Remanded for Trial
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Publication nameTitleDate
Findsen Law Original ArticlesJudges Should Not Engage in Ad Hoc Lawmaking to Assist Lenders2016
Findsen Law Original ArticlesLady Justice Awakens Slowly2016
Houston Law ReviewTexas in the Wake of Canadian Helicopters: Are Non Resident Defendants' Due Process Rights Going Down in Flames?1997
School nameMajorDegreeGraduated
University of Houston Law CenterN/AJD - Juris Doctor1997
University of TexasCommunicationsBS - Bachelor of Science1991
Speaking engagements
Conference nameTitleDate
Homeowner Advocacy Training and CLE, “Addressing Common Problems That Arise During Modification Process”National Mortgage Settlement and Loan Modification2013
Chain of Title AssessmentForeclosure Litigation in Arizona2013
National Mortgage Settlement SeminarNational Mortgage Settlement2012
Foreclosure Defense WorkshopArizona Update2012
Foreclosure Defense WorkshopForeclosure Update2011
Human Resources GroupsWhat You Can Do Today to Ensure That Your Acts Aren't Laying the Groundwork for Employer Liability1999

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