- Represented South Texas banks in lender liability litigation.
- Turned a several hundred thousand dollar lender liability lawsuit against a bank into a $150,000 recovery for the bank.
- Obtained a partial summary judgment for a manufacturing company when plaintiff was seeking in excess of six million dollars as damages for negligence, fraud and Texas Deceptive Trade Practices violations.
- Represented clients in a variety of business and real estate matters.
- Provided legal counsel regarding the formation and maintenance of corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies.
- Obtained a summary judgment on behalf of employer in age and race discrimination lawsuit.
- Represented homeowners associations in enforcing deed restrictions.
- Obtained a summary judgment for an engineering company wherein the plaintiff was seeking damages from an alleged defective design.
C.M. “Skip” Henkel III
C.M. “Skip” Henkel has more than 50 years of experience in commercial litigation, including Deceptive Trade Practices Act claims, lender liability, collections, real estate and construction disputes, business torts and appellate law.
Experience & Accomplishments
- All Texas State Courts
- U.S. District Court, Southern and Western Districts of Texas
- U.S. Supreme Court
- American Board of Trial Advocates
- Corpus Christi Bar Association, former officer and director
- Nueces County Young Lawyers Association, President, 1976
- Nueces County Trial Lawyers Association, President, 1979
- Texas Bar Foundation
- Texas Association of Bank Counsel
- Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity
- University of Houston (J.D., 1971)
- University of Texas (B.A., 1967)