Little River Academy, Texas Construction Lawyers
Trust, honesty, and integrity should be the foundation of every lawyer's practice. Unfortunately, these basic tenets are too often absent from the practice of law. We believe, however, that how one practices law is as important as the ultimate outcome. When you hire our firm you will get an attorney who is not only honest and trustworthy, but one who is also competent and well versed in the practice area of law pertaining to your case. You will get an attorney who will be straight-forward with you and will tell you how it really is without...
Rising Star, Texas Super Lawyers 2014, 2015. Former Vice-President, Texas Creditor's Bar Association. Graduated as Tulane Senior Appellate Champion, 2002. Practices primarily in Williamson and Travis County. First-Chair trial experience in excess of 500 trials throughout Texas.
Having graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor's Degree in English and a Doctorate of Law from St. Mary's University Law School, businessmen and women, attorneys, even judges have relied on Mr. Davis' expertise with language and law. He has focused his practice on Real Estate and is currently a Real Estate Broker and Notary Public; formerly Mr. Davis was a Title Fee Office owner/operator, Escrow Officer, Mortgage Broker and Loan Officer.
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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...