Texas Business Law Attorney
About Business & Commercial Law in Texas
Commercial law, also known as business law, is a complex system of guidelines,
rules, and legislations that deal with the creation of new businesses.
There are also facets of business law that regulate how existing businesses
must interact with other parties in legal matters, such as government
bodies or members of the general public. Steering through even simple
tasks regarding business law can be difficult, as a violation or penalty
could await you at each step.
If you are facing legal trouble as a business owner – or if you are
thinking of starting a new business –
call the Law Offices of Alex R. Hernandez, Jr. PLLC today. Since 2001, our trial attorneys have been studying and practicing
business law, and we have never lost our focus on our clients.
What can business law include?
Covering multiple industries and interests, business law involves what
is typically considered one of the most complicated bodies of litigation.
Dealing with government authorities or negotiating terms with another
business owner, or even facing a lawsuit from a customer, can be an intimidating
nightmare without the help of a professional business attorney.
Business law handles a broad assortment of issues, such as:
Environmental concerns: Every business today should be aware of its ecological footprint, and in
some cases, it has to maintain and control its impact on the environment
due to state and federal laws.
Tax complications: Any problems related to taxes can cripple a business if they face them
unprepared and yet tax-related issues are seemingly unavoidable.
Employment issues: If you don’t get help understanding state-specific employment laws,
you could be looking at lawsuits just for hiring or firing certain employees.
Get help from a business attorney to understand your rights as an employer
or business owner.
Intellectual property rights: One of the grayest areas in litigation, intellectual property laws are
also included in business law and may be a concern for even small businesses.
False advertisements: Promoting your business can be great for your profits, but what do you
do if someone sues you for false advertisements? Without a business lawyer
at your side, you could be facing serious consequences.
Navigate Business Law with a Business Attorney Today
The possibilities are nearly endless when it comes to what may require
the practiced counsel of a business law attorney. The safe assumption
remains that if you are a business owner or will be soon, you will come
across a legal issue that requires business law litigation. Don’t
fall victim to poor settlements and don’t enter the courtroom underprepared.
Let us help you with all your business law needs.
Put years of experience in your corner by contacting the Law Offices of
Alex R. Hernandez, Jr. PLLC today.
Free consultations are available.