Daniel Edmunds has substantial experience representing residential landlords in a wide variety of fair housing issues.  He has advised and represented landlords and property managers at every step of the fair housing process from receipt of reasonable accommodation requests, to the investigation of complaints, and in litigation before judicial and administrative courts.  Daniel Edmunds joined Hoover Slovacek after serving 7 years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps.  In the Marines, Mr. Edmunds served as a prosecutor, general counsel, and warfighting instructor.  Read More ›

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Board Certified in Civil Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization since 1991

Leonard J. Meyer, a former shareholder and director at Zimmerman, Axelrad, Meyer, Stern & Wise, P.C., brings more than thirty-nine years of experience to the firm.  Board certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in civil trial law since 1991, his law practice has included a broad spectrum of representation in areas as diversified as construction, will contests, fiduciary breaches, arbitration of securities industry disputes such as customer complaints and broker representation in employment and regulatory matters, commercial contract issues, consumer complaints, professional and contract issues for doctors, lawyers, and engineers, collections, and contract preparation and negotiation. Read More ›

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Colin L. Guy’s litigation experience includes will contests, claims for breach of trust and breach of fiduciary duty; construction defects; commercial litigation; and representation of hospitals and healthcare providers in medical malpractice claims. Mr. Guy previously worked as an investigative reporter at newspapers in Austin, Midland and Beaumont.  His feature articles have been distributed by the Associated Press and published in magazines. As a freelance writer in college, he interviewed prominent poker stars Annie Duke and Barry Greenstein, whose life lessons from the card table he still keeps close to his vest. Read More ›

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Courtney Palm is a Partner in the Litigation section at Hoover Slovacek. Mrs. Palm focuses her practice in the area of commercial litigation, antitrust, employment, premises liability, and personal injury defense. Mrs. Palm has counseled local and national businesses and individuals facing litigation or business disputes. She has successfully prosecuted cases and defended her clients in courtrooms and arbitrations throughout Texas.  Her litigation practice includes matters in real estate, restaurant, retail, tax, construction, corporate, insurance, and restoration industries. Read More ›

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Christopher Kronzer is a partner in the Hoover Slovacek litigation practice. Mr. Kronzer focuses his practice in the area of commercial dispute resolution and litigation. Mr. Kronzer has first and second chair trial experience in state and federal courts. He also has experience in appearing before arbitration panels.

Mr. Kronzer has represented large Fortune 500 companies, mid-size corporations, local businesses, partnerships, and individuals as both plaintiffs and defendants. Mr. Kronzer has extensive experience in the representation of contractors in construction disputes and product manufacturers in the defense of claims of design and manufacturing defects. Read More ›

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“I realize court and that environment is Terry’s world but what I appreciate about Terry is he realizes that’s not my world and guides me through what court will be like and what to do because he gets that it is intimidating to me.”

– Phyllis Davis, BHC Property Management, LLC

Terry Sealey is a partner in the Hoover Slovacek litigation practice.  A persuasive and successful trial lawyer, Mr. Sealey captures the respect of clients, jurors, peers and judges alike.  Read More ›

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Nina Tran is a partner in the litigation and community association representation practices of Hoover Slovacek. Ms. Tran has extensive experience in the area of community association law, real estate and construction law and complex business and commercial litigation. She has represented numerous property owners associations, developers, builders, institutional lenders, businesses and individuals.

More specifically, she has been involved in practice areas involving judicial and non-judicial foreclosures, deed restriction enforcement, home equity foreclosures, golf course litigation, equitable liens, resulting trusts, constructive trusts, adverse possession, implied and prescriptive easements. Read More ›

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Patrick Sullivan is a partner in the Hoover Slovacek litigation practices focusing on areas of commercial and residential construction. He also acts as outside general counsel for clients in assessing, monitoring and administrating legal needs.

Mr. Sullivan’s construction related clients include material providers, developers, builders and general contractors. His practice covers all facets of the development and construction process from ground up including subdivision development, infrastructure, and commercial and residential construction, as well as RCLA issues, materialmen’s liens, bond enforcement, construction defects and other related matters. Read More ›

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Joseph O. Slovacek has been with Hoover Slovacek LLP since his graduation from the University of Houston Law School in 1976. For over 40 years, he has engaged in a general business practice encompassing real estate, corporate law and commercial litigation, representing a variety of clients principally involved in all facets of real estate. A number of the clients he represents include brokers, developers, owners, lenders and property managers of multi-family, commercial, retail and industrial properties.

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Since 1983, Greg Savage has been efficiently, intelligently and effectively providing clients with top-notch legal service and representation.  Mr. Savage’s broad-based real estate and business practice encompasses a wide array of transactions, issue and disputes.

He has represented, inter alia, commercial developers, builders, lenders, borrowers, landlords, tenants, brokers, managers, and manufacturers and owners of office buildings, retail projects, apartments, hotels, industrial projects, warehouses, cellular towers and developed and undeveloped land.  He has drafted and reviewed a myriad of different contracts and documents, including purchase and sale agreements, leases, development agreements, construction contracts, cellular tower agreements, easements, restrictive covenants, employment contracts, management contracts, tenancy-in-common agreements, franchise and license agreements, corporate and other entity documents, independent contractor agreements, brokerage agreements, loan and security documents, stock sale agreements, shareholder agreements, operating agreements and partnership agreements. Read More ›

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