Beth Findsen has litigated commercial cases for 22 years, first in Houston,
Texas, then in Arizona. Ms. Findsen became a member of the Texas Bar in
1997, and a member of the Arizona Bar in 2004. In her first year of practice
at Baker Botts, LLP in Houston, Texas in 1997, she second-chaired and
litigated one case to jury verdict, with successful results for the client.
Her trial practice has encompassed consumer law in the last ten years
and she is an active member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates.
Ms Findsen has litigated consumer cases in state and federal courts and
she has first chaired bench and jury trials. In addition, she has been
an active appellate advocate for consumers in the Arizona Supreme Court,
the Arizona Courts of Appeal, and at the United States Court of Appeals
for the Ninth Circuit. Prior to her focus on consumer law, Ms. Findsen
handled a broad array of business litigation matters including foreclosure
defense; business torts; class actions; construction disputes; contract
disputes; fiduciary disputes; officer and director liability; oil &
gas matters; partnership cases; real estate disputes; and securities fraud.
Ms. Findsen has practiced before federal district courts in Texas and
Arizona, the United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the United
States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, the National Labor Relations Board,
Arbitration Panels for securities arbitration, and Texas state courts;
Arizona federal district courts, Arizona state courts.
Ms. Findsen graduated
magna cum laude, ranked fourth in her graduating class of 168 students, and the top-ranked
female graduate, from the University of Houston College of Law in 1997,
where she served as Articles Editor for the Houston Law Review, and was
a member of the Order of the Coif and Order of the Barons. In 1991, Ms.
Findsen received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas
She received numerous awards including the Corpus Juris Secundum (formerly
the AmJur) awards for the top grade in Torts, Contracts, Criminal Procedure,
and Civil Procedure. She received the Susman Godfrey Award for Best Litigation
Paper. She worked with Texas appellate judge (since retired) of the Texas
Court of Appeals-Div. 1-Houston on a special project resulting in a legislative
change regarding the availability of interlocutory appeal of the denial
of a special appearance by a non-resident defendant in Texas.
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