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Crady Jewett McCullen Houren Law Firm’s Bill Collectin’ Lawyers Violate Texas Law

CJMH name 4 lawyers to collect $85k, all of who work for a Law firm who is not registered and bonded to perform repo services in the State.




JUN 22, 2022 | REPUBLISHED BY LIT: JUN 23, 2022


Plaintiff’s Motion to Dissolve Garnishment and Dismiss Garnishee and Proposed Order Granting Motion to Dissolve Garnishment and Dismiss Garnishee (pending)


Another Rogue Debt Collection Law Firm in Houston, Texas

This Texas law firm are lookin’ to collect over $85k, but they are practicing – without authorization – debt collection in the State.

Matt Carver is the firm’s managing partner. He began his practice as a commercial litigator. After several years, his practice broadened to include general corporate representation. He utilizes his litigation experience in representation of the business interests of the firm’s clients. In the last few years, he has spent a significant amount of his time assisting small information technology companies in everyday matters, much like a corporate general counsel. These experiences have allowed Mr. Carver to gain experience in various intellectual property areas such as software development and licensing agreements, as well as non-competition agreements, non-solicitation agreements and other similar employment-related matters. Mr. Carver joined the firm in 1992 after graduating from South Texas College of Law.

Outside of the office, Mr. Carver enjoys spending time with his wife and children, and tries to find the time to hunt, fish, golf, and travel with his family

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.

Chris Matulis is an associate attorney with Crady Jewett McCulley & Houren. He joined the firm in 2022 and practices in the litigation group where he primarily represents clients in general commercial litigation including business litigation, construction litigation, employment litigation and real estate disputes. Chris has also assisted in handling commercial collections, intellectual property claims, toxic torts, and business transactions.

Prior to joining CJMH, Chris was an associate attorney in the litigation group of a Louisiana based law firm. Chris also played baseball for LSU and was a member of the 2009 National Championship team. Between undergrad and law school, he pitched professionally in the Milwaukee Brewers’ system.

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: SMP Supply

Serving your PVF needs 24/7!

Oil and Gas – Baytown, Texas


Founded in 1987, SMP Supply is a leading distributor for pipe, valves, fittings, and flanges.

We are a company that focuses on customer service before, during and after the sale.

Our greatest asset is our people. Each of our employees is dedicated to insuring total customer satisfaction.

The combination of product knowledge, creative thinking, and willingness to do whatever it takes, has allowed us to experience tremendous growth.

Whether you require commodity products or specialty goods, we can help. We want to be your “go to” supplier for PVF products.

Please feel free to contact any of our staff with your inquiry.




Oil and Gas

Company size
11-50 employees

34 on LinkedIn


Baytown, Texas


Pipe, Fittings, Flanges, Valves, and Automation

The Debtor: IHTS Inc.

NDT Company – 11318 Hirsh Road Houston, TX 77016

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