Creditor Misconduct Attorney & Debtor’s Rights Attorney

Our attorneys have broad experience representing both creditors and debtors in state and federal court litigation, as well as creditors in bankruptcy proceedings. We handle the gamut of pre- and post-judgment collection procedures in Texas state court. Rogge Dunn Group’s creditor misconduct attorney has litigated extensively in federal bankruptcy courts throughout Texas, including taking multi-million dollar adversary proceedings to trial before federal bankruptcy judges.

Creditor's/Debtor's Rights Results

Representation of commercial lender in Chapter 12 bankruptcy proceeding resulting in recovery of additional $485K that debtor attempted to claim as non-disposable income.

Representation of Fortune 1000 company in successful defense of claims with portfolio-wide exposure

Representations of creditors in state and federal fair debt collection actions

Representation of large financial institution in state court collection matters across the State of Texas, including sequestrations, foreclosures, and suits on notes and retail installment sales contracts

Representation of large financial institutions for all bankruptcy matters, including lift stay and plan confirmation docket, and other related matters

Successfully defeated confirmation of plan that would have resulted in de minimis recovery for client; instead, client purchased assets from debtor over vigorous objection from third party, resulting in ultimate recovery of entire unsecured claim

Representation of unsecured judgment creditor in Chapter 11 proceeding

Marable v. Sam Pack’s Five Star Ford of Lewisville, Ltd., 529 B.R. 676 (N.D. Tex. 2015)

Counsel for defendant regarding bankruptcy jurisdictional issue; obtained affirmance of trial court judgment

Representation of several defendants in complex adversary proceeding against hundreds of defendants alleging fraud and other wrongdoing

Take-nothing judgment obtained after bench trial in Harris County on behalf of large financial institution regarding allegations of lack of commercial reasonableness in disposition of collateral

Attorneys for plaintiffs in complex breach of fiduciary duty and partnership dispute; obtained affirmance of trial court judgment; Mullen v. Jones, 445 B.R. 677 (N.D. Tex. Bankr. 2011)

First chair in 2-day bench trail in commercial litigation dispute in Dallas County, Texas involving allegations of violation of the Credit Repair Organizations Act. Obtained a take nothing judgment in favor of client.

First chair in bankruptcy adversary trial against allegations of fraud and failure to disclose assets; obtained complete defense verdict.

Disclaimer: Results obtained depend on the facts of each case. Past achievements are no guarantee of future results.

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