The right to choose the type of incorporation process of privately held corporations is usually given to the corporation itself or its managers and board of directors. Texas law provides various forms of internal business models that may be incorporated in order to run the company on a daily basis.
Any dispute or litigation that may arise in a corporation, whether between two entities or between employers and employees, may form parts of a contract dispute. The attorneys at Manfred Sternberg & Associates, P.C., have decades of experience addressing such contract disputes and defending the rights of the parties in lawsuits.
Mergers refer to the merging of two corporations after which the two corporate entities exist as one. Texas, being home to many corporate giants, is no stranger to such mergers and acquisitions. Specific laws and statutes have been established in order to make sure that such business mergers are conducted in an appropriate manner.
Intellectual property disputes are one of the most fought cases in Texas corporate and business law sectors. Many companies in the state have unique products that may have received patents. In some cases, other competitors may violate the patent rights of the former company in order to make a profit.