You want to do everything you can to protect your business and develop opportunities. At the law offices of Bennett, Weston, LaJone & Turner, P.C., our lawyers have been dedicated to protecting the rights of Texas businesses for more than two decades. We have the experience and resources to provide general business counsel or to handle specific legal concerns as they arise. Contact us today about any aspect of our business law practice area:
- Business Formation
- Mergers, Acquisitions, & Divestitures
- Commercial Transactions
- Business Asset Protection
- Contracts & Contract Disputes
- Corporate Governance
- Lending & Secured Transactions
- Asset Based Lending
- Real Estate Finance
- Oil & Gas Royalty Agreements
- Shareholder, Partnership, & Company Agreements
- Protecting Trade Secrets & Non-Compete Agreements
- Business Succession Planning
- Loan Workouts
- Initial Public Offerings
- Commercial Contracts
- Business Litigation
Our Dallas business lawyers have worked with businesses of all types and sizes, from commercial real estate developers to manufacturers to service providers, from small family-owned companies to larger publicly-traded corporations. Whether your business structure is relatively simple or extremely complex, we can help you plan, document, and execute your business strategy.
We strive to provide top-quality legal services in a cost effective and responsive manner. Although we will work with our clients to favorably structure their business and transactions to avoid future problems, our attorneys enjoy resolving complex issues that inevitably do arise. Many of our business law matters require strategic vision, and pose unique challenges presented by complex business transactions. We value working closely with our clients in a collaborative effort to resolve their problems with practical and efficient solutions.
Sophisticated clients understand that employing experienced and skilled business lawyers to implement their business plan and to address their business problems usually results in lower overall costs. We obtain successful results for our clients through a combination of hard work, analytical skill, creative thinking, and sound judgment to provide legal advice.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What do business law attorneys do?
Business law attorneys help business owners structure their business, close mergers and acquisitions, create commercial contracts, protect their trade secrets, and reduce liability for possible law suits in the future.
What does business law mean?
Business law means legal issues facing companies – whether it is completing a transaction, forming a new company, or creating contracts for use in daily work.
What does a business transaction attorney do?
Business transaction attorneys help you draft and negotiate contracts for buying, selling, and margining companies.
Do I need a business law attorney?
If you are a business owner or looking to become a business owner – yes! We can help you take advantage of state and federal law to maximize your growth potential, minimize your liabilities, and create your succession plan. We also work closely with your accountants or financial planners to make sure your business fits your tax needs.