Mark Stout has conducted an active civil litigation practice in state and bankruptcy courts since 1998. Mr. Stout’s practice concentration includes commercial finance, asset based lending, equipment leasing and the Uniform Commercial Code. Mr. Stout represents a wide range of equipment lessors and asset based lenders in all aspects of business finance. He routinely advises clients in complex loan transactions and litigation matters. Mr. Stout has a successful track record representing lenders in loan enforcement actions, bankruptcy proceedings and out of court workouts. He divides his practice equally between commercial litigation and bankruptcy litigation. Mr. Stout represents in excess of thirty financial institutions and leasing companies.
Mark is admitted to practice before the Texas Supreme Court and the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern, Eastern, and Western Districts of Texas. Within the last four years alone, he has represented commercial lenders in excess of 150 state court proceedings and frequently utilizes sequestration/replevin proceedings to quickly recover his clients’ collateral. Overall, he has filed approximately 1,000 sequestration/replevin actions in the state of Texas.
Juris Doctorate, University of Texas School of Law, 1998
B.A., Economics & History, Texas Christian University, 1996