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Our company advises clients ranging from start-ups to industry heavyweights on all corporate and commercial law aspects.
Solid business legal guidance is required at all stages of a business’s life, from start to finish. We help ensure that the complexities of corporation law and business transaction obligations are handled correctly and effectively.

Corporate Law and Commercial Transaction Services and Solutions
Our corporate law team of business attorneys offers transactional, commercial, and corporate law assistance on a wide range of matters, including:

Mergers and Acquisitions

The formation of a business entity

Virtual General Counsel

Corporate Finance

Contracts and Commercial Agreements

Business Transactions

Business Planning

Employment, Non-Disclosure, and Non-Competition Agreements

Venture Capital & Private Equity

Corporate Governance and Counseling

Franchising and Franchise Agreements

Master Service Agreements

Indemnity and Hold Harmless Agreements


As part of our Corporate and Commercial practice, we offer company entity formation services.

Business Formation
When forming a firm, the type of business entity chosen determines how liability is distributed among the owners, how taxes are paid, and other significant factors. Our business formation attorneys can assist you with the optimal corporate structure to meet your company’s goals and demands. Choosing the proper sort of entity from the start will help you avoid excessive costs and potential legal complications.

Types of Business Entities
When forming a business, you must select the entity type and structure that best fits your company’s aims. The most popular entity kinds to consider are as follows:

Sole proprietorship.

Partnership (General or Limited Partnership)

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)

Limited Liability Companies (LLC)

Corporation (C-Corp, S-Corp)

It’s critical to select the appropriate sort of business entity for your company. Each company entity has different responsibility limits, tax status, and governance. So, choose the entity type based on your current and future objectives and expectations. Furthermore, the correct structure may safeguard your personal assets from the liabilities of running a corporation and provide tax benefits. It may also give ownership or governance regulations to help you attract and raise cash from other sources. We have experience with various nationwide business entity structures and formations, including non-profit corporations, joint ventures, trusts, and franchising.

Our business experts can help you determine which company form is most suited to your particular circumstances and ambitions and how you want to finance and benefit from your business. With knowledge in corporate and commercial law and additional experience in company and Commercial Litigation, we can advise you on the benefits and drawbacks of selecting a specific company organization form.

How to Start a Company: Business Formation Tips
Entity development should begin with the advice of an unbiased business attorney who understands entity structures and tax implications. Considering annual taxes and other factors, you must select the jurisdiction that best suits your business objectives and entity structure. Furthermore, you must register to do business in each state where you will be conducting business. Our business law professionals can advise you on the best solutions for your company’s goals and provide business planning assistance.

Business Formation for Startups and Entrepreneurs
Our business formation attorneys collaborate with entrepreneurs to provide one-of-a-kind legal advice for new and growing businesses. We provide a transactional practice that helps clients plan for, form, and organize all company companies. First, we meet with customers to examine their business needs and advise them on creating the ideal corporate entity for their purposes. Second, we develop a legal services strategy to meet business interests, goals, and budgets. We work directly with our entrepreneur customers to help them secure funding, promote their businesses, and safeguard their intellectual property rights as they grow.

Other Business Formation Considerations
Administrative norms and guidelines are constantly evolving to reflect related corporate legal transactions. These rules may differ based on the type of entity and jurisdiction you have selected. Our business formation attorneys can keep you updated on federal and state laws. As a result, staying educated will help your firm meet all legal standards. As company lawyers, we will help you create ownership and governance agreements to ensure predictable and consistent standards and guidelines. Such agreements safeguard owners, directors, managers, and officers and assist them in carrying out their professional and legal obligations. In addition, we provide corporate governance consulting to assist you in protecting your company by implementing sound rules and practices.

Business Entity Formation at a Flat Rate Price
Our attorneys provide a flat fee alternative for corporation and limited liability business creation. Flat-rate pricing allows you to budget and avoid unexpected attorney bills.


As Part Of Our Corporate And Commercial Practice, We, Offer Contracts And Commercial Agreements Services.
Contracts and commercial agreements are the cornerstone and foundation for all running businesses. Our company attorneys examine and design contracts and commercial agreements tailored to your business needs and industry.

The significance of contracts and commercial agreements
Professional assessment and preparation of all contracts, whether for in-house staff or other parties, is beneficial. Enlisting our attorneys will guarantee that your contracts are adapted particularly to the firm or situation at hand. Companies should not use form contracts found on the Internet or reproduced from other scenarios. We meet with you to examine your company’s needs and provide appropriate advice. We write contracts to ensure that you have enough legal protection in the event of a future dispute.

Intellectual property in contracts and commercial agreements.
We also handle intellectual property issues in all facets of your business or commercial relationships. Many companies fail to preserve intellectual property because they do not identify it for what it is. For example, trade secrets such as consumer lists are frequently neglected or ignored in employment or non-disclosure agreements. We want to ensure you have met your most critical needs and duties.

Our skilled transactional attorneys draft and negotiate a range of contracts, including:

General commercial contracts,

Buy-sell agreements,

Intellectual property licensing agreements,

Intellectual property sales agreements,

Franchise Agreements,

Financing arrangements

Manufacturing agreements

Maintenance Agreements,

Information Technology Agreements,

Employment contracts, and many more.

We have the knowledge to assist clients in various industry transactions. In particular, we provide detailed assistance with technology and intellectual property licensing agreements. Furthermore, our firm’s experience in commercial contract law enables us to draft agreements of any scale. We can help clients in Texas and nationwide achieve the desired business goals through detailed and efficient talks with counterparties and stakeholders.


As Part Of Our Corporate And Commercial Practice, We Offer Corporate Governance And Litigation Consulting Services.
What is corporate governance?
Business governance refers to the methods, processes, and relationships that control and direct businesses. Our attorneys provide best-practice advice and assist in implementing policies, procedures, papers, and contracts specific to your corporate governance requirements.

Corporate governance varies between company types and industries.
To function correctly, a firm requires policies, processes, checks, and balances allocated to individuals at various levels of the organization. However, establishing such company governance necessitates a thorough grasp of the best practices for the specific firm and sector type. Best business practices are frequently discovered after an adverse event, and lessons have been learned. Because of their expertise in dealing with clients from many industries, our company lawyers are well-versed in identifying situations that require governance assistance.

Corporate governance is intended to facilitate a set of corporate principles that promote best practices in the company’s operations. As a result, the governance structures and concepts used by each organization and industry will vary. As a result, a corporation should develop its own rules and procedures to address its individual business needs. Our corporate attorneys have extensive experience working with various organizations and understand business governance requirements.

Corporate Governance Counseling and Services
We offer personalized counsel and write rules, agreements, and contracts to help improve firm governance. Furthermore, our business lawyers have experience identifying flaws in current corporate structures and providing advice on optimal business practices.

Our experience in business, corporate, and commercial law enables us to provide unique insights into corporate governance best practices. We advise business owners, executives, boards of directors, officers, and other officials about:

Internal Controls

Reporting Structure:


Risk Management

Litigation Management

Dispute Resolution

We offer guidance on a variety of topics, including company-wide risk management, executive remuneration packages, and senior executive succession plans. More broadly, we assist our clients in complying with ever-changing regulatory requirements and industry norms. We ensure excellent corporate governance for select organizations by adhering to the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and other Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) standards. Our attorneys also advise on conflict of interest management and any breaches of fiduciary duty. Finally, we work with customers to build internal codes of procedure and statements of belief.