Stacy R. Welch
Stacy graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English rhetoric from Texas A&M University in 1998, and with a Juris Doctorate degree (cum laude) from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2001. She has extensive experience in various types of litigation, including collection actions, deficiency suits, and other types of commercial litigation, which gives her an added perspective when it comes to identifying potential areas of concern and helping her clients make informed decisions based on their unique goals and tolerances. Today, Stacy counsels her clients through many aspects of commercial lending transactions, working with her banking clients to structure, document, negotiate, and close such transactions.
Publications, Articles & Presentation
- Medical Malpractice Reform Legislation on a Federal Level: Practice Implications and Constitutional Concerns. Co-author. Article presented at the 2002 Texas Association of Defense Counsel Spring Meeting.
- Damages 2002 Update. Co-author. Article presented at the 2002 State Bar of Texas Advanced Personal Injury Law Course.
- Healthcare Liability Claims After Tort Reform: Cosmetics or CPR? Co-author. Article presented at the 2003 Texas Institute for Continuing Legal Education’s Symposium “Before the Ink is Dry: An Insider’s Look at the New Tort and Insurance Legislation.’
- New Tricks for Old Dogs: Discovery After House Bill 4. Co-author. Article presented at the 2003 Texas Association of Defense Counsel Fall Meeting.
- A Rose by Any Other Name: Negligent Credentialing Protections Survive Repeal of MLIIA. Co-author. Published in Texas Lawyer, February 2005.
Legal Associations, Professional Affiliations, and Community Leadership
- Dallas Bar Association