Debt Collector

Crady Jewett McCullen Houren Law Firm’s Bill Collectin’ Lawyers Back Again Within 24 Hrs

CJMH name 2 lawyers to collect $45k, who work for a Law firm who is not registered and bonded to perform debt collection in the State.


Mike Engelhart has been the Judge of the 151st Civil District Court since January 1, 2009 after being elected in Harris County in November 2008. Back then he was a new and honest judge, with the Mary Ellen and David Wolf wrongful foreclosure case – with a $5 million judgment for the homeowners  – the only notable victory post 2008-2022 in a Texas Court, State or Federal.

Now, time has converted the honest judge into an Outlaw in dirty black robes who wants to move onto the appellate court and his latest orders confirm he’s switched to the dark side of the black robe, Ochlocracy and corruption.




JUN 23, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: JUN 24, 2022


A Rogue Debt Collection Law Firm in Houston, Texas

This Texas law firm are lookin’ to collect over $44k, but they are practicing – without authorization – debt collection in the State.

Danny focuses his practice on business litigation and commercial disputes and has more than a decade of experience litigating cases from trial through appeal. He has extensive first chair jury and non-jury trial and arbitration experience from both the plaintiff and defense sides of cases in state and federal court.

Danny’s cases have involved a wide range of commercial issues including breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, deceptive trade practices, bankruptcy adversaries, product liability, construction disputes, intellectual property, employment disputes, real estate and oil and gas litigation. Danny has been recognized as a Top Houston Lawyer by H Texas magazine in the area of civil litigation.

Danny received his B.A. from Baylor University in 1999 and a J.D. from South Texas College of Law in 2002. He is admitted in all federal districts in Texas as well as in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. Danny is also a qualified mediator.

Kendall is a partner in the firm’s litigation practice group. Kendall focuses her practice on complex business disputes and commercial litigation. Kendall has extensive experience preparing cases for jury and non-jury trials in both state and federal court including drafting and arguing motions, managing discovery, and deposing witnesses.  Kendall has also handled a number of appeals on a variety of issues in both state and federal court. Because of her appellate experience and her experience clerking at the Texas Supreme Court following law school, she is also often involved in the preparation of motions for summary judgment and the preparation of the jury charge in advance of trial.

Kendall’s cases have involved a wide variety of commercial litigation issues including partnership disputes and general breach of contract matters; construction litigation; real estate and oil and gas litigation; and employment litigation, including trade secret and noncompete litigation and defense of FLSA wage and hour claims.

Kendall received her Juris Doctor Summa Cum Laude from South Texas College of Law in 2014. While in law school, Kendall represented South Texas as a varsity advocate in several national moot court tournaments. Kendall graduated second in her class and was also a member of South Texas Law Review.  Kendall graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science in Public Relations with honors. Prior to joining the firm, Kendall clerked for Justice John Devine on the Texas Supreme Court.

The Rogue Law Firm’s Client: Precision Landscaping

Jared Davis

Jared has been around the landscaping industry his entire life.

He has a passion for custom landscaping design and it shows in his work.

Many people say customer service is there number one priority, but Precision can offer all the proof you need to know we mean it.

We have more 5 star reviews then any ladnscaping company in the area.

Precision Tree and Landscaping

The Named Debtors

State Farm Owe Dennis Ortiz $125G’s But His Lawyers Daly and Black Ain’t Got a Surety Bond

And when Daly and Black PC are retained on a no win no fee basis, they are collecting the judgment for themselves as much as Ortiz.

Lawless Texas Debt Collectin’ Law Firm Regent and Associates Filings Continue, Every Day

LIT has shown that Regent had a surety bond for many years, but not now. The judges know this too, but they are blanking their own laws.

Texas Lawyers Violate the State of Texas Surety Bond Requirement Every Day. Here’s a Citable Fed. Case

TDCA section 392.101 requires 3rd-party debt collectors to obtain a surety bond issued by a surety company authorized to do business in Texas

Crady Jewett McCullen Houren Law Firm’s Bill Collectin’ Lawyers Back Again Within 24 Hrs
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