Angie Kell specializes in business litigation with significant experience representing commercial landlords and joined Hoover Slovacek LLP in August 2019. Ms. Kell’s practice has been focused on commercial business litigation including creditor’s rights in bankruptcy involved in hundreds of cases and numerous trials including serving as first chair. Her creditor background is immensely valuable when representing Chapter 11 Debtors as well.
Ms. Kell currently serves as the President of the Hon. Arthur L. Moller-David B. Foltz Bankruptcy American Inn of Court. Read More ›
Brice Beale’s practice is focused in the areas of commercial litigation and personal injury defense. Additionally, Mr. Beale has counseled a host of diverse companies regarding forensic electronic discovery projects involving matters such as environmental torts, intellectual property rights, international trade regulations, FCPA violations, and mergers and acquisitions, including Department of Justice reviews.
Mr. Beale’s litigation approach is focused on creating value for his clients through effective and efficient use of the law, common sense, and technology. Read More ›
Certified in Financial Forensics by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Curtis McCreight is an attorney and Certified Public Accountant who primarily practices in areas related to bankruptcy, commercial transactions, tax, forensic accounting and analysis, and commercial litigation.
Mr. McCreight works with small businesses chapter 11 and chapter 7 debtors to provide cost effective legal services aimed at securing a fresh start for the client. He also represents secured creditors guiding them through the bankruptcy process and protecting their interests at every turn. Read More ›
Brandi Croffie has been counsel with Hoover Slovacek since her admission to the Bar in 2012. She has completed all requirements to mediate both general and family law matters. Her work with the firm began as a law clerk in 2011.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Croffie interned with the Honorable Ann Claire Williams of the United State Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Prior to her graduation from the University of Houston Law School in 2012, served as Vice President of External Affairs for the Black Law Student Association. Read More ›
Thomas Herter’s experience includes probate, estate planning and asset protection, wills and trusts, corporate and business formation and governance, employment and commercial litigation, as well as personal injury, real estate, banking and partnership litigation. Since often these areas of representation overlap for both an individual and business client, Mr. Herter’s practice takes care to provide representation that pays attention to the big picture for his clients and has many clients who find value in the synergy of one office handling both their business and personal matters. Read More ›