An Italian Proverb once said, “A bad agreement is better than a good lawsuit.” While that may be true, creating a sound, strong foundation is the first step towards any businesses success. Clear, concise, and easy-to-understand documents can provide a leg-up should a dispute arise.
Last year, in Texas alone, over 250,000 cases relating to contracts were pending on the dockets of State District Courts and County Courts at Law. An experienced business litigation attorney who understands both the legal complexities of a matter, along with the business issues that you face, can create and execute a plan designed to achieve a positive outcome and can be a strong ally during difficult times.
With over two decades of experience handling both complex and not-so-complex litigation matters, Todd Ver Weire has helped individuals and businesses across the country. Combining his experience in both private practice and working in-house for a privately held multi-national company, Todd understands both the legal and business issues that you face. His experience allows him to analyze, develop, and execute a plan that is designed to assert and protect your legal rights, while preserving and enhancing your ability to succeed in business.
Because of his experiences both in private practice and as in-house counsel acting as a client, Todd’s mission is to provide exceptional legal service with a business-centric approach that maximizes client value. That is why Todd spends time to get to know each client, not just as a client to perform services for, but as a person and to better understand what their goals. This way, a comprehensive approach that addresses all of a client’s needs, both legal and business, can be crafted and a mutual course of action agreed upon. This allows for certain projects to be handled and billed on a flat-fee basis, while other billing/pricing solutions are created for more fluid matters. One size does not fit all, and therefore it is important to know that your business attorney will treat you as an individual.