For over 30 years, James Leeland has represented a variety of clients in commercial and real estate litigation, both in trial and on appeal. He has successfully handled appeals before the Supreme Court of Texas, several Texas Courts of Appeals, and the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has represented financial institutions, real estate and construction firms, oil and gas companies, homeowners associations and other corporate and commercial interests. He is admitted to practice before several U.S. Read More ›
Hal Wolff joined Hoover Slovacek in 1983 and is now a senior partner in the firm’s litigation and commercial practices. This stability and experience allow Mr. Wolff to directly counsel his clients with both confidence and attention to detail.
In his practice, Mr. Wolff represents both plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of business and commercial matters at every stage of the pre-litigation and litigation processes. He engages in negotiation before suit is filed and, if litigation is necessary, prepares and files pleadings, discovery, motions and responses, and attends hearings, depositions, mediations and trials. Read More ›
Board Certified in Business Bankruptcy Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Edward L. Rothberg is the former head of the Hoover Slovacek bankruptcy practice and has been practicing creditor’s rights and bankruptcy law for the past 36 years. Prior to entering private practice, Mr. Rothberg was a trial attorney with the Department of Justice, Tax Division where he represented the IRS in some of the largest bankruptcy cases in Texas including Braniff and Continental. Read More ›