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Adobe PDFService of Process and Default Judgments
Blenden Roth Law Firm;
Legal Alert/Article
June 27, 2011, previously published by State Bar of Texas
This article is in three parts: (1) Texas law relating to service of process; (2) Texas law relating to default judgments; and (3) forms.

 

Adobe PDFCreditor Causes of Action
Mark P. Blenden; Blenden Roth Law Firm;
Legal Alert/Article
September 1, 2010, previously published by The University of Texas School of Law; Mastering The Art of Collecting Debts and Judgments CLE Seminar
This article discusses common creditor causes of action in Texas, including sworn account, account stated, money had and received, quantum meruit, promissory note, and guaranty.

 

Adobe PDFService of Process and Default Judgments: Article and Forms
Mark P. Blenden; Blenden Roth Law Firm;
Legal Alert/Article
May 27, 2010, previously published by Collections and Creditors' Rights; State Bar of Texas
This paper is in three parts: the law relating to service of process, pages 11-42; the law relating to default judgments, pages 43-76; forms, pages 75-117.

 

Adobe PDFMaximizing Receivables - How To Get More Cash Out of Your Collection Efforts
Mark Blenden; Blenden Roth Law Firm;
Legal Alert/Article
April 6, 2010, previously published by University of Houston Law Foundation CLEAdvising Businesses in a Troubled Economy on June 2009
This article considers the collection process, from extension of credit to judgment on the debt. Tactics, such as responding to debtor stalls and acknowledgment of debt, are discussed. This article presents practical suggestions to aid in collecting commercial receivables.

 

Adobe PDFService of Process and Default Judgments
Mark Blenden; Blenden Law Firm;
Legal Alert/Article
October 29, 2009, previously published by Collections and Creditors' Rights, State Bar of Texas CLE Seminar on May 2009
This articles discusses Texas law relating to service of process and default judgments.

 

Adobe PDFCreditors' Causes of Action
Mark P. Blenden, David W. Roth; Blenden Roth Law Firm;
Legal Alert/Article
October 29, 2009, previously published by University of Houston Law Center on July 2009
This article discusses common creditor causes of action in Texas, including sworn account, account stated, money had and received, quantum meruit, promissory note, and guaranty.