When you need a litigator to defend your bank, William (Pat) Huttenbach is the attorney who should be at your side. He has successfully defended banks from lawsuits totaling over $100,000,000; answered over 210 lawsuits involving UCC sections 3, 4 and/or 4A issues; and personally, answered over 2,000 garnishment lawsuits. Because of his extensive experience on issues concerning UCC sections 3, 4 and 4A, Pat is frequently asked to act as an expert witness and develop articles and presentations on the topic. Pat routinely handles many other types of lawsuits against banks including: lender liability claims, FCRA claims, FDCPA claims, Texas Finance Code claims, and other alleged wrongful debt collection claims. Clients seek his advice on construction lending litigation.
Pat has experience with complex commercial litigation, including tortious interference claims, insurance claim litigation, fidelity and surety insurance coverage, DTPA claims, injunctions, employment law, landlord-tenant disputes, probate matters, property disputes, real estate tax litigation, breach of contract, business torts, construction law disputes, defamation, libel and slander, and other general business matters. In addition to banks and financial institution, he has represented many other types of businesses, including hotels, hospitals, restaurants, and various other businesses.
Pat has represented clients in state courts, federal courts, mediations, arbitrations, and other federal and state agencies, including responding to OCC complaints and discrimination claims presented to the EEOC and the City of Corpus Christi Human Relations Commission. He has also written briefs and argued before the Texas Courts of Appeals. He is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas, in the United States District Courts for the Southern, Western, Northern, and Eastern Districts of Texas, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States.
If you are worried about a threatened or pending lawsuit, please reach out to Pat for a complimentary consultation. Pat prides himself on the reasonableness of his rate.
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