Alan Brian Saweris
“Blessed are they who maintain justice, who constantly do what is right.” Psalm 106:3
University of Dallas, B.A. – Business Leadership, 2006
South Texas College of Law, J.D., magna cum laude, 2010
Ranked 10th overall in graduating law school class
Member, South Texas Law Review
Member, Order of the Lytae
Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award (Contracts, Secured Transactions, Legal Research and Writing)
An attorney with a focus on swift resolution, Alan’s areas of expertise include commercial litigation and transactions, creditors’ rights, bankruptcy, reorganization, and insolvency rights. As a native Houstonian engrossed in local business, Alan has successfully guided clients through the economic ripples and natural ebbs and flows of local industry, whether through reorganization, workout, or by preserving or enforcing contractual and equitable rights through litigation.
Alan has represented debtors in a wide array of Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, including single purpose entity apartment communities, telecommunication services, mineral interest holding companies, as well as individuals. As a litigator, Alan has successfully prosecuted and defended matters brought under the DTPA and RCLA, breach of contract, the Fair Labor Standards Act, loan fraud, oil and mineral rights, and professional liability. Since 2010, Alan has served as legal adviser for the Coptic Orthodox Churches of Houston.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Leadership from the theologically oriented University of Dallas, Alan excelled in law school, earning the American Jurisprudence award in Secured Transactions, Contracts, and Legal Research & Writing.
In his free time, Alan enjoys bayou fishing, and Houston Astros baseball.
Houston Young Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, Moller/Foltz American Inn of Court
Original Contractors vs. Subcontractors: Creating a Valid Mechanic’s Lien Under Chapter 53 of the Texas Property Code
Divorce and Children: An Examination of the Policy, Effectiveness, and Benefits of the Best Interest of Child Provisions in Texas