Practice Areas

Areas of Business Law Expertise

 Business Litigation
Disputes sometimes arise in business, and some of those can only be resolved through litigation.
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 Media Law
Social media, newspaper, radio, and television provide us with a window to a larger world.
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 Consumer Protection
Consumer protection laws are designed to protect the public against unfair or dangerous commercial activity.
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 LLC/Corporate/Partnership Formation
One of the most important decisions for a small business is often one of the first that they have to make – under what business legal structure, also know as formation, to operate.
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 Intellectual Property
Texas and federal law protect intangible property as well, namely the intellectual property created by artists, inventors, and tradespersons.
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 Employment Law
Most businesses rely on employees to build products, interact with the public, and perform other duties.  It has been said that good employees are a business’s lifeblood.  However, businesses also take on a great deal of responsibility when utilizing employees.
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 General Counsel
Many business choose to have a general counsel attorney available to assist with legal issues questions or issues as they arise.  This is prudent for several reasons.
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 Construction Law
Immediate access to the advice of a general counsel attorney can have a similar effect.  Little problems can be resolved before they become big ones.
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 Contract Drafting
A contract is, for all intents and purposes, private lawmaking between two or more parties.  As such, a contract usually provides the final and complete statement as to the subject matter it concerns.
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 LLC/Corporate/Partnership Disputes
Corporations and limited liability companies (LLC) often include multiple owners, and partnerships always do.  Disagreements can concern management rights, distribution of profits, or even claims of theft and fraud.
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 Collections
In recovery of a debt, a judgment is not the final step in the small business collections process.  The prevailing party in a lawsuit becomes a judgment creditor, and the other side the judgment debtor.
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