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Experienced Business Law Attorney

When it comes to running a successful business, having a reliable business law lawyer is essential. Business law lawyers will provide invaluable counsel and guidance not only on legal matters but also on general business issues. In the state of Texas, there are several reasons why a business may need the help of a knowledgeable business attorney.

Texas Business Lawyers

Our experienced business law lawyer will be able to assist in resolving disputes between parties, and provide advice on compliance with state and federal laws. Additionally, they can provide assistance in negotiating transactions.

When considering a business law lawyer, it is important to choose one who is knowledgeable in the area of business law and is familiar with Texas and federal laws. The attorney should be able to provide the necessary legal advice and guidance for specific business needs and be able to explain complex matters in terms that are easy to understand. Additionally, the attorney should have extensive experience in the field and be able to provide a comprehensive strategy for resolving any legal issues that arise.

Choosing an experienced business law lawyer in Texas will ensure that your business is properly taken care of and protected from potential liability or other legal issues. With the support of an experienced attorney, businesses will have an invaluable asset who can provide guidance and counsel on important legal matters. This will enable businesses to focus on their core business operations and ensure that their interests are properly represented.

Caperton Walling Law Firm, PLLC performs legal services for clients in and around Argyle, Bartonville, Bedford, Carrollton, Colleyville, Coppell, Copper Canyon, Dallas, Denton, Double Oak, Euless, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Frisco, Grapevine, Hickory Creek, Highland Village, Hurst, Irving, Justin, Keller, Lake Dallas, Lantana, Lewisville, Little Elm, Marshall Creek, McKinney, Minters Chapel, North Richland Hills, Plano, Roanoke, Southlake, Trophy Club, The Colony, and Westlake.

Types of Business Law We Do

A business law lawyer is responsible for providing legal advice and guidance to businesses on issues related to their operations. This includes helping companies form, structure, and manage their business activities in accordance with the laws of the state of Texas. They are also responsible for drafting contracts and other documents that govern business transactions as well as resolving disputes between parties involved in business transactions. In addition, they often advise businesses on their tax obligations and can assist with filing taxes or developing a tax plan.

For any business operating in Texas, having an experienced lawyer to provide legal counsel and advice is essential for success. A knowledgeable lawyer will ensure that the business remains compliant with all applicable laws and regulations so that it can remain competitive in the market.

By hiring a qualified Texas business law lawyer, businesses can be sure that their interests will be protected, and their operations will run smoothly. This can provide peace of mind for both business owners and employees alike. With the right lawyer on their side, businesses can focus their efforts on the most important aspects of their operations and achieve greater success.

Risk Assessment and Crisis Management

Business and Commercial Litigation is a type of legal dispute that arises between two or more parties that are involved in a business transaction. It can include a wide range of disputes such as contract disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, employment law issues, copyright infringement disputes, unfair competition claims, and consumer protection lawsuits.

Business and corporate litigation can be complex, so it is important to have a business law lawyer who has experience in this area. A qualified attorney can help businesses evaluate the merits of a potential claim, develop a strategy for representing their interests in court, and assess any potential risks associated with pursuing litigation. They can also assist with settlement negotiations when appropriate and provide guidance on any potential legal issues that may arise during the course of business litigation.

Business and Commercial Litigation

Business and Commercial Litigation is a type of legal dispute that arises between two or more parties that are involved in a business transaction. It can include a wide range of disputes such as contract disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, employment law issues, copyright infringement disputes, unfair competition claims, and consumer protection lawsuits.

Business and corporate litigation can be complex, so it is important to have a business law lawyer who has experience in this area. A qualified attorney can help businesses evaluate the merits of a potential claim, develop a strategy for representing their interests in court, and assess any potential risks associated with pursuing litigation. They can also assist with settlement negotiations when appropriate and provide guidance on any potential legal issues that may arise during the course of business litigation.

 

Partnership Agreements and Partnership Disputes

Partnership agreements are legally binding documents that define the relationship between two or more individuals or organizations who are in business together. They establish basic rules and regulations regarding the relationships between the partners, including decision-making processes, liability for debts and obligations, capital contributions, accounting methods, dispute resolution procedures, and ownership rights. In Texas, partnership agreements are regulated by the Texas Uniform Partnership Act.

Partnership disputes can arise when partners disagree on important business matters or fail to follow the terms of the partnership agreement. A knowledgeable business law lawyer can provide valuable advice and guidance regarding partnership agreements and help resolve any potential conflicts that may arise. They can also assist with filing claims in court if necessary.

 

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 managing, or having trouble with your business (see list at top of email), consulting with a business lawyer is a good idea.  Kelly has the litigation or trial law expertise as needed.

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: an SAP software consulting company, data storage and security consultancy, residential real estate developers, a Covid-related medical procurement company, an owner of nursing homes across the State of Texas, an international video company, an international paper company, a liquor bottling company, a liquor distributing company, a conveyor belt manufacturer, a cosmetics company, a golf chain, a restaurant and bar, a retail clothing store, and many more.

Part of Ms. Walling’s business experience involves establishing and assisting with non-profits. She serves as its General Counsel of the non-profit Flower Mound Women in Business (“FMWIB”) and is on the Board of Directors. Ms. Walling provides her services to FMWIB free of charge, just as FMWIB offers itself to women as a non-profit. 

    If you need help with any of the following, then contact the Caperton Walling Law Firm, PLLC today for a consultation:

    • Risk Assessment
    • Crisis Management
    • Advice on potential liabilities or other legal issues that may arise, disputes, management, operations, compliance, negotiations
    • Advice on compliance with state and local laws.
    • Business Disputes
    • Legal Research and Opinions
    • Human Resources
    • Licensing and Permit Issues
    • Business Litigation
    • Commercial Litigation
    • Partnership Agreements
    • Partnership Disputes

    Contact Our Corporate Attorney Law Firm to Schedule a Consultation

    If you need help with any of the services listed above, please contact Caperton Walling Law Firm, PLLC today. Kelly Walling has years of experience working as a business lawyer and is committed to helping individuals, businesses, and non-profits with their legal needs. She understands that each client’s situation is unique, and her goal is to provide the best legal advice and guidance possible. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. We look forward to hearing from you!

     

    Call the Caperton Walling Law Firm, PLLC today at 972-839-1040 to learn more about how we can help your business.