Randy Lindley represents clients in the areas of creditors’ rights and commercial litigation. He is skilled and experienced with creditors’ rights, post-judgment remedies, commercial litigation, civil appeals, mechanic’s and materialman’s lien claims, construction litigation, landlord-tenant litigation, and foreclosures.
He has represented creditors in trials and appeals based on promissory notes, guarantees and unpaid accounts, and in sequestration actions to recover collateral. His representation of creditors often focuses on the payment of judgments through garnishments, turnover actions, and judicial foreclosures. He also assists creditors in discovering assets via post-judgment depositions and on-line investigations. In addition, he frequently domesticates judgments from other states into Texas for enforcement purposes. He has significant experience defending creditors from FDCPA lawsuits and usury claims.
Randy is frequently engaged by clients in the construction and financial industries. His financial industry clients routinely seek his assistance concerning the collection of defaulted loans and the recovery and foreclosure of secured properties. In the construction industry, he represents contractors and suppliers in construction litigation, arbitration proceedings, and the perfection of lien claims and payment bond claims. On behalf of commercial landlords, he handles landlord/tenant disputes and breach of lease litigation. Randy additionally counsels with credit managers regarding unpaid accounts, as well as credit policies and procedures.
Randy’s litigation experience is extensive; he has litigated numerous breach of contract disputes, including recovering more than $1.7 million for a marketing company. He has also litigated several Federal Court lawsuits based on payment bond claims in excess of $1 million. Among his trial victories, he obtained a favorable jury verdict after a state court trial involving a real estate loan. He has also handled a number of disputes in arbitration. These include disputes involving stock purchase agreements and construction claims.