Business Law Attorneys Serving McKinney and Throughout Collin County
At Lucé Law, PC, our business attorneys are dedicated to solving the varied legal challenges affecting North Texas companies. Our team works with new businesses and those that are well-established, offering legal protection, close attention to detail and solid advice. If you need guidance on all aspects of business law, our attorneys are here to assist you.
The Main Areas of Business Law
Developing a business for the long term requires a solid foundation. At Lucé Law, we advise on company formation, ensuring your business has a legal framework that protects your organization. We develop documentation regarding ownership rights, entity formation, governance and all other requirements of company formation.
Employee information, financial details, customer records, business strategies and product development are all examples of information a business would want to keep private. If an individual or company has access to this information, they should agree to a confidentiality clause. Our attorneys can draft these contracts and represent you in the case of confidentiality violations.
If a business is owed money, it is important to follow strict legal guidelines to pursue this debt. To recover outstanding debts, our attorneys use sound collections procedures including thorough investigations. We aim to recover funds as quickly as possible, including any court costs and legal fees (where applicable). Regardless of the amount outstanding, our debt collection attorneys can help.
Schools, colleges and universities face many complex legal challenges. The Lucé Law team has experience in a variety of disciplines that frequently involve educational institutions. We advise and represent clients in cases of discrimination, contractual disputes, premises liability and the many other areas of education law.
At Lucé Law, PC, we represent businesses, banks, credit unions and other institutions with their complex financial law needs. We represent clients in cases of bankruptcy, loan defaults, commercial loan transactions, banking regulations and more. Our attorneys are focused on protecting the rights of our clients and reducing the need for prolonged litigation.
Healthcare law is constantly subject to change, requiring a legal practice dedicated to precision and attention to detail. Our attorneys assist healthcare providers in understanding appropriate regulations, policy changes and other areas of business law. If you need advice or representation regarding regulations, finance, litigation and other healthcare matters, we are here to help.
Lucé Law, PC works with businesses to protect their intellectual property. Our attorneys are experienced in the key areas of intellectual property including patents, copyrights and trademarks. We will represent you in upholding your legal rights and defending against lawsuits challenging your intellectual property.
Labor Employment Law
Labor employment litigation requires a deep understanding of both state and federal laws. At Lucé Law, PC, our attorneys have extensive knowledge of Texas laws regarding discrimination, labor relations, workplace safety, HR issues and more. Our attorneys are diligent and creative in mediation, tribunals and court trials, working tirelessly to protect your company’s reputation.
Mergers & Acquisitions
Our attorneys are experienced in assisting businesses with mergers and acquisitions. We can advise on complex matters such as reducing taxes, employee benefit plans, contract negotiation and risk management. Let us deal with the complex fields of negotiation, business valuation and transaction structuring, integrating legal, financial and tax planning into a streamlined process.
Non-Competes & Non-Solicitations
A non-compete and non-solicitation agreement is an important tool for a business looking to protect its client base and confidential information. At Lucé Law, PC, our attorneys craft non-compete and non-solicitation agreements that are reasonable, while still protecting the assets of a business.
Common Questions About Business Law
There are several types of business formation available, including a limited liability company, a corporation, a sole proprietorship and a limited partnership. Our attorneys can discuss the best approach during a free legal consultation.
Our attorneys work to prevent unauthorized use of your intellectual property and secure damages where appropriate. We use negotiation and litigation to protect your rights and get damages for any loss of earnings.
A business can face liability for the actions of an employee if they are acting within the scope of their employment. Our attorneys can discuss the ramifications after learning about a specific case in detail.