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Business Law & Litigation

The attorneys of Levatino|Pace, LLP have established themselves as go to attorneys for the myriad of legal issues impacting businesses. Currently, both Steven Levatino and Joel Pace act as outside general counsel to numerous central Texas businesses. In this capacity, they are consulted on a regular basis regarding the day-to-day issues affecting their clients. In many cases, they are considered part of the business executive team. They have handled a broad range of business law issues including:

  • Contract drafting, negotiation, and enforcement.

  • Business entity formation including corporations, limited liability corporations, partnerships, limited liability partnerships, and sole proprietorships.

  • Partnership and shareholder agreements.

  • Stockholder voting agreements.

  • Buy/sell agreements.

  • Stock purchase agreements.

  • Asset purchase agreements.

  • Employment agreements.

  • Non- compete/non solicitation agreements.

  • Construction contracts.

  • Secured transactions.

  • Bankruptcy.

  • Employment Law.

  • Background investigations.

  • Employee Theft investigations.

  • Consulting Agreements.

  • Independent Contractor Agreements.

  • Settlement and Release Agreements.

  • Employee manuals.

  • Employee termination.

  • Director and Officer Liability.

  • Director and Officer Duties.

  • Commercial Real Estate transactions.

  • Real Estate Lease Agreements and Sale Agreements.

  • Subcontractor Agreements.

  • Insurance issues including indemnity, additional insured and coverage.

  • White Collar Crime.

As established litigators, Steven Levatino and Joel Pace have litigated many business laws issues. So, if negotiation and dialogue fail to resolve the issue, rest assured that Levatino|Pace LLP is prepared to protect your rights in court or another legal dispute resolution forum. Together, Steven Levatino and Joel Pace have over 25 years of experience in trial litigation, including arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution processes.

For More Information

For more information, please contact Steven C. Levatino.

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