Business and Commercial Law

Business and Commercial Law

The largest percentage of the firm’s practice can be considered a subset of Business and Commercial Law. Whether it is setting up the initial forms of business, working on mergers and acquisitions, reviewing contracts, working on collections, assisting with trademarks, working with zoning and city ordinances, advising on the many aspects of employment law or initiating or defending all types of commercial litigation the firm is strongly plugged into the business community of Texas. Since the inception of the firm McMahon Surovik Suttle has been proud to represent and advise the business community both large and small.

With the years and years of experience among our attorneys there are few things that businesses face that the law firm has not had similar situations with other business clients in the past. This experience can be valuable and reassuring when you are facing challenges not before encountered.

Along with experience however is the necessity of staying up to date on the newest laws and regulations coming down from various governmental bodies that effect businesses. A large part of the practice of Business and Commercial law is the continual investment in written and online books and databases. Knowledge of current laws, coming laws and other current events is an important part of our attorneys’ service to you. With thousands of pages of new laws, trends, legal techniques and rulings coming in monthly our attorneys tend to concentrate on areas they know are important to their clients. It is not unusual for an attorney to forward an article that may have ramifications effecting businesses to a client.

The firm prides itself on a diligence and attention to detail in business dealings that provides its clients with a sense of being in good hands. While not every commercial transaction can economically justify a “team of lawyers” scrutinizing every document, in a way the use of our experienced attorneys provides a similar service by their knowledge of the clauses and forms most likely needed for a particular transaction. This depth of knowledge allows our attorneys to deliver quality representation in an efficient manner.

Attorneys are listed in alphabetical order.

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