Mr. Giadrosich joined the firm in 2013 after working as an attorney at another Fort Worth law firm representing clients in matters dealing with consumer and commercial litigation. Since joining Padfield & Stout, he has consistently maintained a substantial motion practice in both state, federal, and bankruptcy courts across the State of Texas. Mr. Giadrosich’s litigation practice consists of representing and counseling corporate clients in various areas of commercial litigation. This includes:
1. Creditor’s Rights
2. Contractual Disputes
3. Secured Lending and Leasing
4. Employment Disputes, including the enforcement of Non-Compete Agreements
5. Mechanics and Materialmen’s Liens
Whether inside or outside the courtroom, Mr. Giadrosich seeks to bring his clients’ legal issues to expedient and efficient resolutions.
Mr. Giadrosich holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management from Baylor University. While at Baylor University, he was on the Dean’s List and was a recipient of the Provost’s Academic Scholarship. Mr. Giadrosich received his Doctor of Jurisprudence from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law). While attending law school, Mr. Giadrosich was on the Dean’s List and focused his study towards the area of civil litigation – he was on the school’s traveling mock trial competition team, placing in many regional and national competitions, he was the President of the Board of Trial Advocates and was selected as a member of the National Order of Barristers, which recognizes the top ten student advocates of each graduating class.
Mr. Giadrosich is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Tarrant County Bar Association, the Rotary Club of Downtown Fort Worth, and the Tarrant County Young Lawyers’ Association.
Mr. Giadrosich is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas as well as the United States District and Bankruptcy Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas.
Recovered a favorable judgment in Federal Court against a motor-vehicle dealer involving $1.4 million dollars in fraudulent tractor-trailer sales.
Successfully negotiated a settlement between two lenders claiming competing security interests in motor-vehicle inventory valued in excess of one million dollars.
Negotiated the liquidation of the over $700,000.00 of new vehicle inventory in conjunction with the transfer of ownership of a franchised motor-vehicle dealership.
Demonstrated a track record of successful collection of judgments rendered both in Texas and in sister-states through domestication. This collection involves the use of use of extraordinary remedies, such as charging orders, post-judgment receivers, and writs of garnishment, in addition to more traditional execution and discovery.
Obtained permanent injunction against former employee in non-compete enforcement action.