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Robert Renick Feuille

Before you select an attorney to handle a complex commercial litigation matter or serious wrongful death or personal injury case ask them "how many cases have you actually tried to a jury".  I think you will be surprised by the number of lawyers that lack trial experience.  If opposing counsel knows you lack trial experience they will take advantage of that lawyer.   Mr. Moss is a respected litigator with extensive courtroom and trial experience, advising and representing individuals and corporations in matters related to commercial disputes; labor and employment; employment practices liability; commercial litigation; medical, legal and professional malpractice; catastrophic injury; collective bargaining agreements; education law; and all aspects of insurance defense.   Mr. Moss has tried more than 100 jury cases and resolved hundreds of cases, without going to trial, for the benefit of his clients. He is licensed in both Texas and New Mexico. Mr. Moss is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A certified mediator and arbitrator, he has mediated numerous cases and also served as an arbitrator multiple times.   In addition to advising and representing individuals and corporations, Mr. Moss has successfully resolved death cases, including a multiple-death case; some while representing defendants and others while acting on behalf of plaintiffs. He has also handled administrative matters with the Texas Board of Medical Examiners, the Board of Nursing Examiners, the National Labor Relations Board, the Texas Education Commission, and the New Mexico Workers Compensation Administration.   Mr. Moss recently settled one of the largest New Mexico Residential Bad Faith claims in the Region on behalf of a Homeowner. Mr. Moss has the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating of AV Preeminent. An AV Preeminent rating reflects an attorney who has reached the heights of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity.A member of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel (TADC), Mr. Moss is currently serving his second term as the TADC Vice-President for West Texas. He is also the recipient of the TADC’s 2014 President’s Award, which recognizes meritorious service by a member whose leadership and service has resulted in raising standards and achieving goals representing the ideals and objectives of the TADC. Additionally, Mr. Moss is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), the Claims Litigation & Management Alliance (CLM), and the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, Mr. Moss is a frequent guest speaker at business conferences and seminars related to business and employment law.An active member of the community, Mr. Moss is past Chair of the Alzheimer’s Association (Star Chapter), a past President of the Coronado Country Club, and a past Chair of the Board of the El Paso Chapter of the American Red Cross. He also serves as the pro-bono legal advisor for a church-based daycare.
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Robert Renick Feuille

Before you select an attorney to handle a complex commercial litigation matter or serious wrongful death or personal injury case ask them "how many cases have you actually tried to a jury".  I think you will be surprised by the number of lawyers that lack trial experience.  If opposing counsel knows you lack trial experience they will take advantage of that lawyer.   Mr. Moss is a respected litigator with extensive courtroom and trial experience, advising and representing individuals and corporations in matters related to commercial disputes; labor and employment; employment practices liability; commercial litigation; medical, legal and professional malpractice; catastrophic injury; collective bargaining agreements; education law; and all aspects of insurance defense.   Mr. Moss has tried more than 100 jury cases and resolved hundreds of cases, without going to trial, for the benefit of his clients. He is licensed in both Texas and New Mexico. Mr. Moss is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A certified mediator and arbitrator, he has mediated numerous cases and also served as an arbitrator multiple times.   In addition to advising and representing individuals and corporations, Mr. Moss has successfully resolved death cases, including a multiple-death case; some while representing defendants and others while acting on behalf of plaintiffs. He has also handled administrative matters with the Texas Board of Medical Examiners, the Board of Nursing Examiners, the National Labor Relations Board, the Texas Education Commission, and the New Mexico Workers Compensation Administration.   Mr. Moss recently settled one of the largest New Mexico Residential Bad Faith claims in the Region on behalf of a Homeowner. Mr. Moss has the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating of AV Preeminent. An AV Preeminent rating reflects an attorney who has reached the heights of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity.A member of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel (TADC), Mr. Moss is currently serving his second term as the TADC Vice-President for West Texas. He is also the recipient of the TADC’s 2014 President’s Award, which recognizes meritorious service by a member whose leadership and service has resulted in raising standards and achieving goals representing the ideals and objectives of the TADC. Additionally, Mr. Moss is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), the Claims Litigation & Management Alliance (CLM), and the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, Mr. Moss is a frequent guest speaker at business conferences and seminars related to business and employment law.An active member of the community, Mr. Moss is past Chair of the Alzheimer’s Association (Star Chapter), a past President of the Coronado Country Club, and a past Chair of the Board of the El Paso Chapter of the American Red Cross. He also serves as the pro-bono legal advisor for a church-based daycare.
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Mr. Feuille, ScottHulse shareholder and member of the Firm for more than 20 years, Mr. Feuille, is primarily involved in the Construction law, Litigation, Creditors’ Rights, and Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice groups. He has successfully tried cases in federal court, bankruptcy court, and state court.In the area of Creditors’ Rights, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Mr. Feuille represents creditors, and occasionally debtors, in bankruptcy court litigation and disputes, including first-day orders, cash collateral orders, objections to plans of reorganization, objections to confirmation of plans, assumption or rejection of leases, relief from the automatic stay, objections to claims of exemption, Section 363 sales of assets and property, bankruptcy auctions, preference actions, fraudulent transfer actions, claims and claim objections, complaints for exception to discharge, complaints for denial or revocation of discharge, jurisdictional contests, abstention motions, removal actions, adversary proceedings, and bankruptcy appeals. He represented successfully creditors in one of the largest bankruptcy cases ever filed in New Mexico. He has represented clients in bankruptcy courts in Texas, New Mexico, Delaware, New York, California, Illinois, Virginia, and Tennessee. He also represents creditors, and occasionally debtors, in state court claims and litigation, including collection, receiverships, sequestration, garnishment, replevin, turnover, execution, foreclosure, eviction, contempt, and unfair debt collection practices.As a leading El Paso construction attorney and a founding member of ScottHulse’s Construction Law practice group, Mr. Feuille represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, construction managers, architects, engineers, and sureties in a variety of contexts, both in and out of court, including litigation, arbitration, mediation, appeals, bid contests, lien disputes, claims, contract negotiations, and contract drafting. As a member of the Firm’s Litigation practice group, he handles a variety of litigation, including construction litigation, bid contests, partnership disputes, shareholder litigation, real estate litigation, condemnation and land use litigation, boundary and easement disputes, property rights, property tax litigation, annexation appeals, fraud, deceptive trade practices, fiduciary litigation, accounting malpractice, contract disputes, insurance litigation, will contests, and probate litigation. Mr. Feuille has the highest Martindale-Hubbell peer rating of AV Preeminent. An AV Preeminent peer rating reflects an attorney who has reached the heights of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity. He has authored and presented seminar papers on construction lien laws, representing contractors and subcontractors in bankruptcy court, and creditors’ rights.After graduating from law school and before joining ScottHulse, Mr. Feuille served as briefing attorney to J. Curtiss Brown, Chief Justice of the 14th Court of Civil Appeals of Texas.   Mr. Feuille has represented a variety of individuals and organizations in pro bono litigation. He is a former director of the El Paso Bar Association; a former officer of the Border Bankruptcy Bar Association; a former director and president of the El Paso Chapter of the National Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and of the Bridges School, an elementary school for learning disabled and ADHD students; a former member of the United Way Allocations Committee; a former director of the Rio Grande Christian Broadcasting Corporation; a former Elder of Jesus Chapel West; served three times on the Vestry of the Church of St. Clement, and currently serves as Chancellor of the Church of St. Clement.

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Robert Renick Feuille

Before you select an attorney to handle a complex commercial litigation matter or serious wrongful death or personal injury case ask them "how many cases have you actually tried to a jury".  I think you will be surprised by the number of lawyers that lack trial experience.  If opposing counsel knows you lack trial experience they will take advantage of that lawyer.   Mr. Moss is a respected litigator with extensive courtroom and trial experience, advising and representing individuals and corporations in matters related to commercial disputes; labor and employment; employment practices liability; commercial litigation; medical, legal and professional malpractice; catastrophic injury; collective bargaining agreements; education law; and all aspects of insurance defense.   Mr. Moss has tried more than 100 jury cases and resolved hundreds of cases, without going to trial, for the benefit of his clients. He is licensed in both Texas and New Mexico. Mr. Moss is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. A certified mediator and arbitrator, he has mediated numerous cases and also served as an arbitrator multiple times.   In addition to advising and representing individuals and corporations, Mr. Moss has successfully resolved death cases, including a multiple-death case; some while representing defendants and others while acting on behalf of plaintiffs. He has also handled administrative matters with the Texas Board of Medical Examiners, the Board of Nursing Examiners, the National Labor Relations Board, the Texas Education Commission, and the New Mexico Workers Compensation Administration.   Mr. Moss recently settled one of the largest New Mexico Residential Bad Faith claims in the Region on behalf of a Homeowner. Mr. Moss has the highest Martindale-Hubbell rating of AV Preeminent. An AV Preeminent rating reflects an attorney who has reached the heights of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity.A member of the Texas Association of Defense Counsel (TADC), Mr. Moss is currently serving his second term as the TADC Vice-President for West Texas. He is also the recipient of the TADC’s 2014 President’s Award, which recognizes meritorious service by a member whose leadership and service has resulted in raising standards and achieving goals representing the ideals and objectives of the TADC. Additionally, Mr. Moss is a member of the International Association of Defense Counsel (IADC), the Claims Litigation & Management Alliance (CLM), and the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).A graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law, Mr. Moss is a frequent guest speaker at business conferences and seminars related to business and employment law.An active member of the community, Mr. Moss is past Chair of the Alzheimer’s Association (Star Chapter), a past President of the Coronado Country Club, and a past Chair of the Board of the El Paso Chapter of the American Red Cross. He also serves as the pro-bono legal advisor for a church-based daycare.
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Mr. Feuille, ScottHulse shareholder and member of the Firm for more than 20 years, Mr. Feuille, is primarily involved in the Construction law, Litigation, Creditors’ Rights, and Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice groups. He has successfully tried cases in federal court, bankruptcy court, and state court.In the area of Creditors’ Rights, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Mr. Feuille represents creditors, and occasionally debtors, in bankruptcy court litigation and disputes, including first-day orders, cash collateral orders, objections to plans of reorganization, objections to confirmation of plans, assumption or rejection of leases, relief from the automatic stay, objections to claims of exemption, Section 363 sales of assets and property, bankruptcy auctions, preference actions, fraudulent transfer actions, claims and claim objections, complaints for exception to discharge, complaints for denial or revocation of discharge, jurisdictional contests, abstention motions, removal actions, adversary proceedings, and bankruptcy appeals. He represented successfully creditors in one of the largest bankruptcy cases ever filed in New Mexico. He has represented clients in bankruptcy courts in Texas, New Mexico, Delaware, New York, California, Illinois, Virginia, and Tennessee. He also represents creditors, and occasionally debtors, in state court claims and litigation, including collection, receiverships, sequestration, garnishment, replevin, turnover, execution, foreclosure, eviction, contempt, and unfair debt collection practices.As a leading El Paso construction attorney and a founding member of ScottHulse’s Construction Law practice group, Mr. Feuille represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, construction managers, architects, engineers, and sureties in a variety of contexts, both in and out of court, including litigation, arbitration, mediation, appeals, bid contests, lien disputes, claims, contract negotiations, and contract drafting. As a member of the Firm’s Litigation practice group, he handles a variety of litigation, including construction litigation, bid contests, partnership disputes, shareholder litigation, real estate litigation, condemnation and land use litigation, boundary and easement disputes, property rights, property tax litigation, annexation appeals, fraud, deceptive trade practices, fiduciary litigation, accounting malpractice, contract disputes, insurance litigation, will contests, and probate litigation. Mr. Feuille has the highest Martindale-Hubbell peer rating of AV Preeminent. An AV Preeminent peer rating reflects an attorney who has reached the heights of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity. He has authored and presented seminar papers on construction lien laws, representing contractors and subcontractors in bankruptcy court, and creditors’ rights.After graduating from law school and before joining ScottHulse, Mr. Feuille served as briefing attorney to J. Curtiss Brown, Chief Justice of the 14th Court of Civil Appeals of Texas.   Mr. Feuille has represented a variety of individuals and organizations in pro bono litigation. He is a former director of the El Paso Bar Association; a former officer of the Border Bankruptcy Bar Association; a former director and president of the El Paso Chapter of the National Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and of the Bridges School, an elementary school for learning disabled and ADHD students; a former member of the United Way Allocations Committee; a former director of the Rio Grande Christian Broadcasting Corporation; a former Elder of Jesus Chapel West; served three times on the Vestry of the Church of St. Clement, and currently serves as Chancellor of the Church of St. Clement.

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Robert Renick Feuille

Mr. Feuille, ScottHulse shareholder and member of the Firm for more than 20 years, Mr. Feuille, is primarily involved in the Construction law, Litigation, Creditors’ Rights, and Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice groups. He has successfully tried cases in federal court, bankruptcy court, and state court.In the area of Creditors’ Rights, Bankruptcy & Restructuring, Mr. Feuille represents creditors, and occasionally debtors, in bankruptcy court litigation and disputes, including first-day orders, cash collateral orders, objections to plans of reorganization, objections to confirmation of plans, assumption or rejection of leases, relief from the automatic stay, objections to claims of exemption, Section 363 sales of assets and property, bankruptcy auctions, preference actions, fraudulent transfer actions, claims and claim objections, complaints for exception to discharge, complaints for denial or revocation of discharge, jurisdictional contests, abstention motions, removal actions, adversary proceedings, and bankruptcy appeals. He represented successfully creditors in one of the largest bankruptcy cases ever filed in New Mexico. He has represented clients in bankruptcy courts in Texas, New Mexico, Delaware, New York, California, Illinois, Virginia, and Tennessee. He also represents creditors, and occasionally debtors, in state court claims and litigation, including collection, receiverships, sequestration, garnishment, replevin, turnover, execution, foreclosure, eviction, contempt, and unfair debt collection practices.As a leading El Paso construction attorney and a founding member of ScottHulse’s Construction Law practice group, Mr. Feuille represents owners, contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, construction managers, architects, engineers, and sureties in a variety of contexts, both in and out of court, including litigation, arbitration, mediation, appeals, bid contests, lien disputes, claims, contract negotiations, and contract drafting. As a member of the Firm’s Litigation practice group, he handles a variety of litigation, including construction litigation, bid contests, partnership disputes, shareholder litigation, real estate litigation, condemnation and land use litigation, boundary and easement disputes, property rights, property tax litigation, annexation appeals, fraud, deceptive trade practices, fiduciary litigation, accounting malpractice, contract disputes, insurance litigation, will contests, and probate litigation. Mr. Feuille has the highest Martindale-Hubbell peer rating of AV Preeminent. An AV Preeminent peer rating reflects an attorney who has reached the heights of professional excellence. He or she has usually practiced law for many years, and is recognized for the highest levels of skill and integrity. He has authored and presented seminar papers on construction lien laws, representing contractors and subcontractors in bankruptcy court, and creditors’ rights.After graduating from law school and before joining ScottHulse, Mr. Feuille served as briefing attorney to J. Curtiss Brown, Chief Justice of the 14th Court of Civil Appeals of Texas.   Mr. Feuille has represented a variety of individuals and organizations in pro bono litigation. He is a former director of the El Paso Bar Association; a former officer of the Border Bankruptcy Bar Association; a former director and president of the El Paso Chapter of the National Association for the Prevention of Child Abuse and of the Bridges School, an elementary school for learning disabled and ADHD students; a former member of the United Way Allocations Committee; a former director of the Rio Grande Christian Broadcasting Corporation; a former Elder of Jesus Chapel West; served three times on the Vestry of the Church of St. Clement, and currently serves as Chancellor of the Church of St. Clement.

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