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Top Talpa Government Contracts Lawyers - Texas

Bailey & Bailey, P.C., has nearly 75 years of combined experience in federal government contract law with both civilian and military contracting agencies. By actively guiding and advising small businesses through the regulations and requirements of the Small Business Administration programs we help small-business owners understand labor regulations, FAR and how to effectively transact business...

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    Attorney Lee Ann Morris founded her Abilene law firm, The Law Office of Lee Ann Morris, PLLC, after spending nearly 10 years as an Assistant City Attorney for the City of Odessa. Since going into private practice, Mrs. Morris has continued to build on her reputation as a capable, knowledgeable and thorough attorney. Today, clients from West Texas's Taylor, Eastland, Callahan, Tom Green, Jones,...

  • In 1974, six attorneys in Midland, Texas, joined forces to establish a law firm that would provide excellence in legal representation to the oil and gas industry, financial institutions, and other businesses and individuals in the Midland community and other areas of West Texas. Today, we have nearly 40 attorneys, utilizing technology to allow our office to be a full service law firm. We continue...

  • Since 1976, the law firm of Blazier, Christensen, Browder & Virr, P.C., Attorneys & Counselors at Law, has earned the respect of Austin area businesses coupled with a track record of success. Entering their fourth decade of service, the lawyers continue their commitment to protecting the business interests of company owners, both new and existing. The founders of our law firm are also...

  • From offices in Austin, Texas, the Law Office of Tom Murphy provides pragmatic, results-oriented legal counsel and representation in matters of business and corporate law. Our attorneys help clients meet the legal challenges of doing business in Texas. We assist them with matters involving: Business entity formation and operations - Business owners and entrepreneurs throughout the area enlist our...

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