For Understanding Your Business Legal Matter
Dallas business attorney Richard L. Armstrong understands that making legal decisions is difficult when you don’t have reliable information to help get you started. The lawyers at Armstrong The Law Firm, P.C. have provided the business law resources on this page to help you to understand and focus your needs better.
Should questions remain however, lawyers from our Plano, Texas law firm are available to discuss your business litigation case or business transactional matter.
To schedule a consultation we welcome your call at (972) 424–L-A-W-S (5297). Your initial meeting with a business lawyer at Armstrong The Law Firm is at a lower, introductory fee.
Blog Articles to Fortify Your Business
Our business law blog contains numerous articles with detailed information on a variety of business related topics. We hope this blog will help you better understand your legal issue, protect your company’s rights under existing Texas law, and guard against – or prepare for – potential litigation. Read our blog.
Our video recordings address common issues in business legal matters and provides helpful information that launch you toward:
developing cohesive, enforceable vendor agreements, master services agreements or industry trade agreements;
developing employment contracts or independent contractor agreements that will stand up to judicial challenge and work for your business;
putting into place an employment policy manual; and
developing a collection strategy to keep customer’s accounts current.
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Practical Business Publications
Click the links below to access these informational publications:
Ways to Set Up a Sound Business Infrastructure Learn what business entity structure is the best one for your business, and why. Know what you can do to prevent other equity owners from diluting the value of your business by selling to outsiders.
Reducing Business Risk through Properly Drafted Agreements There are some relatively simple devices business owners can use to reduce marketplace risk. Many of these are contractual in nature.
Using Your Business Attorney to Negotiate Favorable Terms Rather than relegating your attorney to the role of an offensive weapon, use him proactively to help you negotiate favorable terms in your agreements, whether they be purchases, leases, lending arrangements, or other aspects of your business.
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For assistance with your business legal issue, please contact Richard Armstrong today or phone us at (972) 424–L-A-W-S (5297) to arrange a consultation.