How Can a Texas Business Attorney Help Me?
We know that Texas business owners are bright, driven and self-reliant, but many issues come up that require the help of an experienced business attorney. Business transactions in Texas can be complicated. Without the right legal documents or contracts in place, you could expose your company to potential lawsuits or other legal action. When your company's future is at stake, it's critical that you have an experienced Houston business lawyer on your side. Our attorneys can work with your company to create legally binding documents designed to protect your company's rights and achieve your business goals.
For more than two decades, professional clients in Texas and throughout the country have relied on Texas business attorneys at Brewer & Pritchard to handle their legal needs. From individual professionals to large, multinational corporations, our business attorneys can work with you to resolve any legal issues your business might have in Texas or anyone in the world.
Too often, many entrepreneurs try to tackle their legal problems on their own. Other times, they postpone contacting a lawyer to help with their problem, hoping instead that the issue will just go away. As any successful business person knows, timing is everything. And the sooner you contact us, the sooner we can help your company get back on track. Call 800-445-8710 or fill out our online inquiry form and schedule an appointment.
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Legal issues involving businesses in Texas can cost you time and resources. Over the years, we have handled a wide range of issues for companies. We have also answered countless questions from business professionals about different legal matters. Here's a small sample of some of the most frequently asked questions about business law in Texas we receive at Brewer & Pritchard.
- Why should I hire a lawyer to create a business in Texas?
- What are the most common reasons why businesses hire a lawyer in Texas?
- Should I hire a lawyer in Texas if my business has been sued?
- Should I hire a lawyer in Texas if I believe my employer is breaking the law?
- How can a business lawyer in Texas help my company?
Creating a business can be extremely complicated in Texas. Whether you're creating a private company or a publicly traded corporation, you need to consider many different legal ramifications.
Brewer & Pritchard has years of experience working with new businesses in Texas. We know how to prepare offering documents, file paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and create all the necessary documents needed to form a corporation.
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The creation of a company is a common reason why businesses hire a lawyer in Texas. Any change in the structure of a company also frequently requires corporations to file documents with the SEC and other government agencies.
Other technical issues such as the acquisition of another company, confidentiality agreements and due diligence investigations involved in mergers and acquisitions also frequently involve a lawyer. Brewer & Pritchard has worked with business clients on all these issues and many more in Texas and throughout the country.
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Yes. Lawsuits in Texas filed against a business need to be taken seriously right from the start, no matter how minor or frivolous they might seem. Having an attorney you can trust on your side will ensure that your company's rights are protected.
At Brewer & Pritchard, we have years of experience working with companies sued for a wide variety of reasons. We take each case very seriously and thoroughly investigate the merits of every lawsuit. We then work with companies to develop a detailed strategy designed to successfully resolve the issue and prevent against similar lawsuits in the future.
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Yes. You need to make sure you protect your rights if you suspect your company is breaking the law. When you contact a lawyer, you can discuss whether you should file a whistleblower claim about your company's illegal activity.
Even if you are not breaking the law personally, it's important that you consult with a lawyer immediately and discuss your legal options. You could leave yourself open to legal action or criminal prosecution if you knowingly fail to report your company's illegal activity.
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From creating a business, to mergers and acquisitions and adopting and implementing stock option plans for employees, a Texas business lawyer can help your company with all the detailed paperwork that frequently needs to be filed with various state and federal agencies.
Brewer & Pritchard has years of experience creating and drafting these documents for businesses in Houston and throughout Texas. Many of these documents can be complicated and time consuming. But they pay off in the long run because they protect your company's legal rights. Allow us to concentrate on the details so you can focus on the big picture. That's what we're here for: to help your business succeed.
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