Establishing a business anywhere in the United States, including in Texas, requires that a person or company fulfill various legal requirements and then engage legal guidance to protect its ongoing interests.
Our law firm has been serving small and midsized businesses for the last 25 years. We protect the interests of our clients by helping them resolve their disputes through negotiation or by trial if necessary. We have helped various businesses achieve their goals across a wide category of business disputes, including contract disputes, business formations, mergers and acquisitions, contract and agreement drafting, intellectual property rights and more.
Our firm has successfully handled many intellectual property disputes because intellectual property is one of the most important assets of a thriving organization. Protecting it is vital to the success of a business. A company that cannot protect its intellectual property can face disastrous long-term consequences. Theft and misappropriation of intellectual property is common, and this is where a skilled and experienced attorney can protect your interests.
Our attorneys are committed to helping clients resolve any business-related dispute involving branding, infringement, patent law, copyright law, trademarks, service marks, nondisclosure agreements and registration. If and when necessary, we do not hesitate to employ the services of specialists who can address these problems more efficiently so that our clients' commercial and intellectual property issues are protected.
Our service-oriented business transaction attorneys are dedicated to solving business problems with a philosophy that favors communication and negotiation over business litigation. Our attorneys understand the financial concerns of small businesses, and they respect our clients' financial parameters. In addition to helping businesses reach their goals, our law firm offers business counseling services to a wide variety of businesses to help them address their ongoing legal needs and to mitigate the risk of any future dispute involving intellectual property.