''We have relied on ScottHulse for all of our legal needs since relocating to the Borderplex more than a decade ago. They have been key legal and strategic advisors on everything from contracts and leases, banking and finance, and labor and employment, to succession and transition planning and transactions. ScottHulse has been a trusted partner in our growth – a contributor to our success.''Charles A. Sholtis
CEO & Owner
Plastic Molding Technology, Inc.
Our business lawyers in El Paso, Texas, San Antonio, Texas, and Las Cruces, New Mexico, have expertise in business formation, corporate governance and business operations, commercial contracts and transactions, mergers and acquisitions, franchising, regulatory compliance, federal and state securities issues, partnerships, joint ventures, and technology contracting.
Our strategic location in the U.S./Mexico Borderplex and our extensive work on behalf of clients engaged in cross-border business have enabled us to develop strong institutional knowledge of Mexico laws. This knowledge, combined with our ability to provide licensed representation in Mexico, enables us to provide convenient, efficient and effective single-point oversight and coordination of the legal aspects of our clients’ business activities in both the U.S. and Mexico, thus easing the challenges of doing cross-border business, including mergers and acquisitions.
Our business attorneys assist clients in the formation of domestic business entities, including partnerships, corporations, limited liability companies, joint ventures, and professional associations. Our planning includes the formation of both domestic and non-U.S. business entities and includes a full range of services, from stock options and shareholder buy-sell and voting trust agreements, to non-disclosure, non-competition and employment agreements, and advice concerning business dissolutions.
ScottHulse corporate attorneys provide public and private companies and their management and board members with advice pertaining to the structure and function of management teams, boards of directors and board committees. Our advice includes compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, and addresses complex corporate governance issues, including advising board members regarding discharge of their state law duties, compliance with federal law mandates and evaluation of strategic business and legal alternatives. Our corporate lawyers have represented board members, special committees and interested parties in corporation investigations and related party transactions. We also advise closely held companies on management and succession issues and best practices with respect to sound corporate governance.
We assist clients in acquiring and disposing of companies and divisions, both domestically, cross-border and internationally. Our structuring of transactions has included the gamut from sale and/or acquisition of assets, stock sales and purchases, mergers, split-offs and spin-offs. Our mergers and acquisitions attorneys work closely with our firm’s other practice groups, accountants, investment bankers and other professionals to address effectively the complex issues that typically arise in M&A transactions. See our Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Page.
We represent issuers and investors in connection with private offerings of securities, and are actively involved in the process of taking our growing company clients public. Our practice involves a wide range of offerings exempt from registration under federal and state securities laws, including single project syndications, private placements under Regulation D of the Securities Exchange Act, intra-state offerings, Rule 144(a) offerings, and include debt, equity and convertible securities.
ScottHulse M&A attorneys assist clients in creating strategic alliances through partnerships, joint ventures and other business structures in a host of industries.
As a full-service commercial law firm, our corporate and business attorneys work closely with attorneys in other practice groups (e.g., tax, real estate, intellectual property, labor and employment, employee benefits, litigation and creditor’s rights) to develop effective solutions for a broad array of clients.
Our attorneys have broad experience in technology issues which enables us to serve clients developing, distributing or acquiring technology products and services. We actively assist clients in (i) developing, producing, marketing, distributing, licensing, supporting and protecting technology products and services, (ii) negotiating licensing agreements, distribution agreements, joint marketing agreements and other strategic alliances, (iii) promulgating strategies for protecting proprietary technology and products, including patents, copyrights, trade secrets and trademarks, and (iv) resolving employment and consulting issues common in this area, including confidentiality, non-competition, infringement and work-for-hire. Our technology litigation practice represents clients in Texas, New Mexico and federal courts as well as through mediation and arbitration. Our attorneys have expertise in all facets of disputes arising in the technology area, including infringement, as well as disputes involving employment, licensing, warranty, and unfair trade practices.
Because of our strategic locations in the U.S./Mexico border corridor, our corporate and securities law practice spans state and international boundaries. All of the areas comprised within our corporate and securities practice area include transactions in all of these jurisdictions. For a more detailed description of our international and cross-border capabilities and profiles of our international business attorneys, see our International & Cross-Border Business practice page.