Comal County, Texas Construction Lawyers
I was raised in Schertz, Texas and went from elementary through high school in the SCUC ISD (Schertz, Cibolo, Universal City). He moved to Alpine, Texas for college, and graduated in three years, and met his wife who is from Marion, Texas. He then moved to Michigan for law school, and graduated in only two years. Adam was practicing law by the age of 24, in Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe County.
Texas business attorney, Charles M.R. Vethan, earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence at Southern Methodist University School of Law in Dallas, Texas, and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta, Canada. Mr. Vethan served as an editor for The International Lawyer, as well as authored articles on international letters of credit, the role of insurance defense counsel in complex litigation matters, and Implied Licenses in Copyrights. He also presented courses through the National Business Institute to attorneys and CPAs on corporate structure and governance. Mr. Vethan is one of less than 20 attorneys practicing in Texas who are...
Gregory Cagle is the managing partner of Cagle Carpenter Hazlewood. Gregory concentrates his law practice in civil and complex litigation involving real estate, nonprofit and for-profit corporations, business disputes, construction defects, and residential and commercial community associations. Gregory has extensive litigation experience and has served as lead trial attorney in hundreds of trials in front of judges and juries. Gregory also has extensive experience in representing community associations as general counsel on all aspects of issues involved in the operation and governance of association-governed communities, including management issues, compliance with federal and state laws, interpretation of and compliance...
(512) 387-8290 7500 Rialto Boulevard, Building 1, Suite 110
Austin, TX 78735
Austin, TX 78735
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Benjamin always had a deep desire to understand how things work and to help others. After gaining an understanding of the law through school, and an even more refined understanding through practice in and out of the courtroom for five years with matters relating to real estate, probate, and business, Benjamin is now able to help clients solve their legal challenges when it comes to taking care of a deceased loved one's estate, achieving their real estate goals, and bringing about business objectives.
Licensed to Practice in: State of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, U.S. District Court for the District of Arizona, U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Areas of Practice (non-exhaustive): General civil litigation and business law, Texas turnover receivership, bankruptcy (representing debtors, creditors and trustees), debt collection (both debtor and creditor-side), insurance litigation, construction/real estate transactions and litigation, landlord/tenant litigation, and entity formation. Texas Turnover Receiverships (Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code Ch. 31)
Michael M. Probus, Jr. received his law degree with honors from the University of Texas School of Law in 1988. Mr. Probus served as judicial law clerk for the chief judge for the United States District Court in Houston, Texas during his first two years as an attorney, then he returned to Austin for the private practice of law. In 1997, Mr. Probus founded his own law firm. Mr. Probus has been listed in Who's Who in American Law since 1996.
Graham E. Sutliff grew up in San Angelo, Texas in a family of six. From an early age, in this close-knit West Texas town, he learned the value of hard work, determination and fighting for what is right. Graham and his now partner Hank, who became friends at age four, found an early interest in the law by playing in the halls of the Tom Green County Courthouse. As a young man, his interest in the law continued to grow and he set out to find a way to use this passion to help others. At the University of Mississippi, after...
(713) 987-7111 550 Post Oak Blvd
Houston, TX 77027
Houston, TX 77027
Tony R. Bertolino is the Managing Partner with Bertolino LLP who is available to handle a diverse set of legal needs for his clients. His featured areas of representation include; trial and appellate litigation in both state and federal courts, debtor and creditor issues, business formation and contracts, and disputes regarding construction law. He also has experience working with clients on matters concerning entertainment and sports law, for which is he licensed as a Talent Agent and a Sports Agent in the state of Texas, as well as real estate, internet litigation, bankruptcy, legislative and governmental affairs, family...
Rand is the principal attorney at Zumwalt Law Group. After heading the bankruptcy and general counsel departments of two medium-sized Texas law firms, Rand decided to open his own law firm, merging the best aspects of both firms with his own strong personal ethics and creative legal mindset. Through Zumwalt Law Group, Rand strives to elevate personal service while taking care of foundational legal issues in a client-focused professional manner. Rand's areas of practice include business litigation, contract law, mergers & acquisitions, copyright and tax law, and legal issues relating to startups and nonprofit formation. Helping Austin startups...
Attorney J. Philip Collier has been influential attorney in the construction arena in South Texas. Established in 1991, his firms has in-depth knowledge of commercial construction practices, positive trial experiences, and a commitment to consistently provide favorable solutions to his clients problems. Philip Collier has been nominated by his peers as one of the best construction litigation attorneys in San Antonio for the years 2009 and 2010. S.A. Scene Magazine. Philip Collier began his career working for general contractors who built Wal-Marts and Taco Bell restaurants in multi-state venues. His ability to blue prints, and his understanding of the construction contract...