Business Law & Litigation: Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a compilation of some of more frequently asked questions regarding business law, business litigation and the FDCPA. If you have further questions, our business attorneys would be happy to speak with you. Call The Larson Law Office at (713) 221-9088.
If a key employee leaves my company, how can I protect the confidential and trade secret information that is so important to my business operations?
Our business lawyers can help you protect your company’s trade secrets and other confidential and proprietary information. From non-competition agreements to confidentiality agreements and non-disclosure agreements, we can help you put into place a comprehensive strategy to help protect your company. It is important to have plans in place before important employees leave your business to attempt to go to work for your competitor or try to open their own competing business down the street. Contact our law firm today to learn more about what you can do to protect your business.
I have a business plan and I am ready to open my own business. How do I get it formed and what are my choices?
First of all, congratulations on deciding to open your own business! As passionate entrepreneurs ourselves, we get excited for other entrepreneurs when they embark on new ventures. We can help you with this process. Texas law offers many choices regarding how a company can be structured, including Corporation (Inc.), Limited Liability Company (LLC), Limited Partnership (LP), Professional Limited Liability (PLLC), General Partnership (GP) and Limited Liability Partnership (LLP). Each of these comes with its own advantages regarding protection from liability, payment of compensation, and other financial issues.
If you partner with our law firm for your business needs, our attorneys will explain the process, explain your choices regarding entities and take care of all the details with the Texas Secretary of State’s office. Once we have formed your company, we can help with other business planning issues ranging from contract drafting, review and negotiation, policy and procedure manuals, risk management, and any other legal functions or issues that may arise. We will also be just one phone call away if you need any assistance.