Texas Business Law

The Silberman Law Firm, PLLC provides advice, document preparation, and litigation services related to business law. Most business transaction services are provided at flat rates; however, retainers are taken for complicated matters involving litigation. See below for a list of commonly provided services.

Commonly Provided Business Law Services:

Business Litigation

The Silberman Law Firm, PLLC provides services in commercial and business litigation matters across the state of Texas. Our firm is dedicated to offering cost effective litigation services to our clients. Beginning with the initial consultation, our lawyers form a strategic plan in achieving our client's goals in the litigation process.

Entity Formations

Most small and medium size businesses choose to operate within a recognized business entity as opposed to a sole proprietorship or partnership. Benefits to performing business functions through an entity include minimizing personal liability, flow through taxation, some degree of anonymity, greater asset protection, and business credibility...Read More

Non Compete Agreements

The use of non-compete agreements in Texas had primarily been reserved for executives in previous years; however, today these restrictive agreements are used by companies across a broad range of organizational hierarchies...Read More

Partnership Agreements

Most entities with multiple owners will desire to have an agreement put in place that memorializes the structure and operations of the business. The most common agreements include shareholder agreements (for corporations), member agreements (for limited liability companies) and partnership agreements...Read More

Buying or Selling a Business

A sale or purchase of a business in Texas usually involves a purchase-sale contract, a due-diligence period, and a closing. While the heart of the transaction is governed by the purchase-sale agreement, other documents used in the sale might include deeds for real property, bill of sale...Read More

LLC Formations

The Texas Limited Liability Company is currently the most prevalent entity formed by small businesses. Benefits to performing business functions through a LLC include minimizing personal liability, flow through taxation, some degree of anonymity, greater asset protection, and business credibility...Read More