Business Law and Litigation

Business Law


Being an entrepreneur exciting. However, you should not be an entrepreneur without a legal partner. When starting a business, entrepreneurs, as well as business owners, and operators, must consider many issues: what should the name of the business be? What "legal structure" should be used for the business? You will need a lawyer who can help you decide whether a corporation or limited liability company (LLC) is the better way to organize your business, and prepare the necessary paperwork. You will need a lawyer who can understand your business quickly; prepare the standard form contracts you will need with customers, clients and suppliers; and help you respond to contracts that other people will want you to sign.

Rarely, however, do entrepreneurs consider, the prospect of lawsuits with customers, clients, or even their own business partners and friends considered and addressed until it is too late. A good business attorney will provide vital assistance in almost every aspect of your business, from basic zoning compliance and copyright and trademark advice to formal business incorporation and lawsuits and liability. Having an experienced business law attorney on your side in the face of conflict may, however, significantly reduce your company's exposure to liability thereby decreasing the probability of bankruptcy, dissolution or an unwanted hostile buyout. Whether you are just starting your business or are an existing business with a long history, the Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., can provide knowledgeable legal counsel to assist you with the wide range of business law counsel, guidance, knowledge, and skill to avoid business conflicts that can, and often do, arise on a regular basis.

Litigation Services

If you are being sued, it's too late. Most small businesses put off hiring a lawyer until the sheriff is standing at the door serving them with a summons. Bad mistake. The time to hook up with a good business lawyer is before you are sued. Once you have been served with a summons and complaint, it's too late--the problem has already occurred, and it's just a question of how much you will have to pay (in court costs, attorneys' fees, settlements and other expenses) to get the problem resolved.

There are a number of business disputes, both expected and unexpected, that give rise to the need for your business needing an experienced attorney. Our primary objective in resolving conflict on behalf of our clients is to arrive at a solution benefitting our client, while considering the impact on all sides of the dispute. We help our business clients avoid costly litigation, discovery and the eventual trial of lawsuits. Our business dispute team are adept at handling the sensitive and fact-intensive negotiations process and will work tirelessly to settle your dispute without the need to go to court, if at all possible. Of course, when the possibility of "good-faith" settlement proves impossible or unworkable in light of the facts of the dispute, the team at Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., will use their knowledge of civil procedure, corporations and commercial code laws to zealously advocate your position in a court of law.

At Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we have been representing clients in Texas in a many different kinds of lawsuits since 1992. In that time, the Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., has established a track record of successful verdicts and settlements for clients. The Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., is one of the most technologically advanced law firms in the region. We at the Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., use sophisticated trial techniques and strategies that incorporate the latest technology to provide our clients with the best possible chance to be victorious in their business litigation challenges.

Entering into business litigation is a major decision, so it is important to take the necessary time to choose your legal representation wisely. Who you hire really does matter. We at the Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., offer free initial consultations, so you can talk with a lawyer from our firm about the business litigation services we provide. We take the time to understand your unique situation and objectives and explain your legal options to you, so you can make informed decision about the legal challenges you and your business are facing. We, at the Bloodworth Law Firm, P.L.L.C., believe you're your attorney should be willing to take the time to educate you and your staff about the legal environment of your business. He or she should tell you what the law says and explain how it affects the way you do business so that you can spot problems well in advance.

If you are just getting started or you need help with drafting or reviewing contracts in Montgomery, Polk, Walker, Grimes, or Madison County, Texas or anywhere in south east Texas, contact Bloodworth Law Firm, PLLC at 936-755-5289, to help guide you through the process. We will take your long-term goals and objectives into consideration and help you make the best decisions for your business.