●  HOUSTON & SOUTH TEXAS

●  AUSTIN & SAN ANTONIO

●  DALLAS & COLLIN COUNTY

Mediation Emphasis

  • Appeals

  • Business & Commercial Disputes

  • Breach Of Contract

  • Collections

  • Directors & Officers Liability

  • Executive Compensation

  • Fiduciary Liability

  • Financial Claims

  • Partnership Disagreement

  • Real Estate

  • Shareholder Disputes

  • Tax Issues

  • Trade Secrets & Proprietary Informatino

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Admissions

  • Texas (1981)

  • U.S. Supreme Court

  • U.S. Tax Court

  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit

  • U.S.District Court, Southern District of Texas. 

Professional Associations

  • Claims & Litigation Management Alliance

  • State Bar of Texas

Education

  • LL.M. Taxation, Univ. of Florida (1982)

  • JD, South Texas College of Law (1981)

  • BBA, Florida State University (1979)

  • Mediation Certification (2008)

Community Involvement

  • Bridges to Life

  • STARBASE, Inc.

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DICK SELTZER

2211 Norfolk, Suite 400, Houston, Texas 77098

Phone:  (713) 522-7333

Cell:      (713) 822-7433

E-Mail:  rseltzer@atticusadr.com

Mr. Seltzer focuses his mediation practice on the resolution of business and commercial disputes, partnership disagreements, shareholder disputes, tax issues, breach of contract, real estate matters, financial claims, executive compensation, collections, and trade secret and proprietary information claims.

 

Mr. Seltzer has been in private practice for more than thirty years, representing both established and startup businesses in acquisitions and mergers, financial and tax issues, contractual matters, shareholder disputes, real estate acquisitions and general business litigation in Texas state courts. He is among only a few Texas attorneys with an LL.M. in Taxation, receiving his advanced law degree in 1982 from the University of Florida. He is also an approved mediator in the State of Texas having received his certification in 2008.

 

His law practice includes arranging viable capital infusions for ongoing businesses, negotiating business and real estate related contracts. He has handled the licensing of proprietary information for a non-profit organization in Texas. He also continues to successfully represent numerous taxpayer entities and individuals before the Internal Revenue Service, including both its Appellate and Collection Divisions, as well as representing taxpayers for matters filed with the U.S. Tax Court.

For more than fifteen years, Mr. Seltzer has been a frequent invited speaker covering general business topics at the People’s Law School in conjunction with the University of Houston Law School.

 

Mr. Seltzer has continued to serve as a member of the Board of Directors of Bridges to Life, a nonprofit organization in Houston, since 2003. He was appointed in 2011 as a member of the Board of Directors of STARBASE, Inc., a federally funded educational program working in conjunction with the Department of Defense and the National Guard that works with upper elementary school students particularly interested in math, science, engineering and technology related programs.

In addition, Mr. Seltzer currently serves on the Boards of Directors of the following Texas corporations: Atlas Management, Inc. (appointed in 2000), Intuitec, Inc. (appointed in 2003), Innovative Tooling and Accessories, Inc. (appointed in 2007), Milsob Properties, Inc. (appointed in 2008), Signal Advance, Inc. (appointed in 2010) and Delta Shaver Company, Inc. (appointed in 2011).

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"To Kill A Mockingbird"

 

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