Alexander Law Firm assists many Austin clients in business law matters. These clients might be privately held businesses, family-owned businesses, start-up ventures, entrepreneurs, landlords or non-profit organizations.
We advise our clients as they form business entities (including corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships and joint ventures), help them prepare and negotiate organizational documents (including shareholder and partnership agreements) and work with them to establish their business practices and agreements, among other things.
We can help you grow your business
We will learn as much as we can about you and your industry, and combine that knowledge with our years of legal expertise to address your questions quickly and competently. We will act as a trusted member of your management team would, offering advice on day-to-day issues involving contracts, franchises, employment, conflict resolution and other matters.
We can help you form, govern or dissolve a business entity; manage your family business or charitable organization; buy or sell assets and perform many other legal functions essential to your business.
Areas of business law we can help you manage include:
- Commercial Relationships – suppliers, sub-contractors, venture partners
- Contract Documents – customers, independent contractors, commercial landlords or tenants
- Business Disputes – breach of contract, limitations of liability, damages, or losses
- Nontangible Business Assets – trade secrets, customer relationships, employee relationships
Cease and Desist
A cease and desist letter is a useful tool to direct another party to stop unlawful and/or damaging business conduct. This approach is cheaper than a lawsuit and, often, more practical in problem resolution or in cases when time is a factor. They can be useful in a number of circumstances, from trademark infringement to product disparagement.
We can prepare a cease and desist letter for your business to demand an end to unlawful conduct or to request a settlement, financial compensation or some other means of resolution.
If you have received a cease and desist letter, we can help you understand your rights and establish a legal strategy to address it.
To litigate or not to litigate?
Any business dispute today has the potential to become expensive and complex — regardless of the merits of the case. In today’s increasingly litigious environment, strategy, experience and good judgment are the keys to business success. When you bring us a legal matter, we will target your core business objectives and determine whether litigation is a necessary, cost-effective, and a likely path to achieve worthwhile goals.