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Top Melissa Business Organizations Lawyers - Texas

Based in Rockwall, Texas, Heath Grob, Principal Law Firm, P.C., handles business law matters that range from formation to contract negotiation to successor planning. We counsel our clients from start to finish, providing individualized solutions to get the results they want. Our team has the ability to look at the big picture while still keeping our eyes on the minute details that could affect our...

With a results-oriented team of attorneys, Calhoun, Bhella & Sechrest, LLP, in Dallas, Texas, protects businesses across the spectrum in matters that include litigation, employment law and commercial transactions. Our law office successfully advocates for companies in issues that include the following: Construction and real estate law Finance and banking Entertainment law Health care and...

Since 1998, the law firm of Stephen Kaplan, P.C., has served the legal needs of small to midsized businesses throughout the Dallas area. We guide businesses through the many types of legal issues they face. By offering experienced representation in both litigation and transactional matters, we make it easy for businesses to get the legal help they need. Our practice encompasses everything from...

Hendershot, Cowart & Hisey, P.C. are industry leaders in business law, healthcare law, and OSHA defense. Whether you’re dealing with a business dispute, an OSHA violation, or a medical license issue, the attorneys at Hendershot, Cowart & Hisey, P.C. are prepared to help protect your interests and advocate for what’s right. Their attorneys have more than 130 collective years of...

  At Arkerly Law PLLC in Coppell, Texas, an experienced attorney guides clients through business law matters that include shareholder and partnership disputes, workouts and restructures, and banking and finance. The law firm also handles issues such as: Commerical Collections and creditors' rights bankruptcy Claims involving preferential or fraudulent transfers Agricultural and food safety...

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