Serving the following North Texas areas:

Addison, Allen, Arlington, Carrollton, Cedar Hill, Coppell, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Flower Mound, Forney, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Highland Park, Hutchins, Irving, Lewisville, McKinney, Mesquite, Plano, Richardson, Rockwall, Rowlett, University Park, and Wilmer.

We also provide effective legal representation for out-of-state clients, give us a call today!

Our Specialties

Curtis | Castillo PC has a wide breadth of experience in providing creative solutions to creditors and debtors in various industries through our noted commercial bankruptcy practice. Our lawyers’ particular expertise in this practice area has allowed us to become involved in many complex bankruptcy reorganizations and liquidations in this geographic area as well as in some significant cases around the country and Mexico. In connection with these cases, we have represented debtors, secured and unsecured creditors, creditors’ committees, trustees in Chapter 7 and 11 cases, bondholders, insurers, sureties, lessors, investors, officers, directors, and financial institutions.
Curtis | Castillo PC lawyers’ litigation experience covers the entire gambit of trial work. We handle complex commercial litigation, construction disputes, commercial lease disputes, employment cases, covenants not to compete, environmental cases, nuisance actions, actions related to financing, temporary restraining orders, injunctions, trade secret misappropriation cases, and many other disputes. Our lawyers have been involved in some of the most complex litigation in this country, involving challenging legal and factual issues, significant damage amounts, and a multitude of interest parties. We also are experienced in handling smaller, less complex, but equally as important matters.
Curtis | Castillo PC’s corporate practice encompasses a broad spectrum of complex commercial law issues in the areas of contracts, real estate, landlord/tenant, healthcare, employment and non-compete agreements, banking, lending, securities, structured finance, energy, trade secrets, professional liability, consumer rights, intellectual property, insurance, bonding and suretyship. Our corporate representations include individuals and business entities in a variety of industries such as banking, secured lending, subprime lending, mortgage companies, venture capitalists, securities brokers, healthcare providers, manufacturers, distributors, transportation companies, retail and wholesale operations, professional service providers, restaurants, food, drug and beverage suppliers, entertainment groups, technology service providers and computer companies, energy providers and utilities, finance companies, insurance companies and various real estate related ventures.
Curtis | Castillo PC represents financial institutions including commercial, merchant, and investment banks, insurance companies, and trust companies as well as borrowers, lessees, and other capital users, in a broad range of commercial financing transactions. Our structured finance lawyers represent both capital providers and capital users in connection with securitizations, financial products, and other complex structured finance transactions. Our experience in representing both financial institutions and corporate capital users, along with our sensitivity to the issues and goals important to each, allows us to represent clients in a more responsive, efficient, and cost-effective manner in all transaction types.

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Representing the Dissolution Committee for the former

Board of Trustees of Dallas County Schools.

Dallas Business Journal

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Thirty honorees were recognized at the Dallas Business Journal’s annual Minority Business Leader Awards, held at the Westin Galleria Dallas.

Now in its 11th year, the MBLA program honors men and women from across North Texas for outstanding business and community leadership. This year’s winners own fast-growing and innovative businesses or hold prominent roles at their companies.

The 2018 honorees were chosen from among 100 nominations and “represent the best of the best in North Texas,” said DBJ publisher Tracy Merzi.

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