Rachel Hytken

Rachel Hytken

Education

Lewis and Clark Law School (J.D. 2009)

University of Texas, Austin (B.A. 2004, cum laude)

Admitted to Practice

State Bar of Texas, 2010

State Bar of Oregon, 2009

United States District Courts for the Northern, Eastern, Southern and Western Districts

United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals

Representative Experience

Represented national financial institutions in various litigation matters, including wrongful foreclosure issues.

Represented title insurance companies and the insured in a variety of disputes, including fraud, breach of contract, and quiet title claims.

Clerked at a federal government agency charged with supplying hydroelectric power to the Northwest. Worked on issues involving labor disputes, intergovernmental conflict, and a variety of tort issues.

Awards & Honors

Scholar List

Law Review

Practice Description

Ms. Hytken’s practice involves representation of financial institutions, banks and debt servicers in consumer financial services litigation involving wrongful foreclosure claims, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the Texas Debt Collection Act, and the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act.

Publications, Seminars, and Cases

    • “Electronic Discovery: To What Extent do the 2006 Amendments Satisfy Their Purposes?” 12 Lewis & Clark Law Review 599, 2008
    • Member, Dallas Bar Association
    • Committee Member, SPCA of Texas