Corporations need trustworthy legal counsel
Kelly Walling of Caperton Walling Law Firm, PLLC has the experience and integrity to work with you as your business lawyer, supporting the circumstances and needs of a business or non-profit.
Whether you’re forming a business, transferring a business, managing or having trouble with your business, consulting with a business lawyer is a good idea. Kelly has the expertise to help with both transactional law and litigation or trial law as needed.
Drafting legal business documents
A highly experienced business lawyer, Kelly Walling is equally adept at transactional and trial business law. Tenaciously driven to achieve comprehensive corporate protection and growth, she supports businesses as they process mergers and acquisitions, manage employees and handle corporate compliance and is proficient with structuring a broad range of legal business documents including:
- Software licensing and data process agreements
- Subscription and software as a service (SaaS) based agreements
- Corporate structuring and policy
- Due diligence reviews
- IP protection such as licensing agreements, non-disclosure, and non-compete agreements
- Buy-sell agreements
- Employment and contractor agreements and policies
- Lease negotiations
Business lawyer for profit or non-profit entities
Ms. Walling is the business law resource your company needs – whether big or small, local or international, for profit or non-profit. She has worked with a wide variety of clients including the following: SAP software consulting company, data storage and security consultancy, residential real estate developers, Covid-related medical procurement company, an owner of nursing homes across the State of Texas, international video company, international paper company, liquor bottling company, liquor distributing company, conveyor belt manufacturer, cosmetics company, golf chain, restaurant and bar, retail clothing store and many more.
Part of Ms. Walling’s business experience involves establishing and assisting with non-profits. She formed the non-profit Flower Mound Women in Business (“FMWIB”) and serves as its General Counsel. Ms. Walling provides her services to FMWIB free of charge, just as FMWIB offers itself to women as a non-profit.