Arlington, Texas Intellectual Property, Business Law and Real Estate Attorney Providing Solutions
Seasoned attorney helping clients solve legal issues for more than 35 years James D. Runzheimer, Attorney in Arlington, Texas serves individuals and small businesses throughout Texas in matters involving intellectual property, business law, real estate and more. James D. Runzheimer has more than 35 years of experience helping clients find solutions to their legal needs. I personally handle every case from inception to conclusion to help ensure a successful resolution. I am dedicated to helping my clients succeed in personal matters and in small-business endeavors, and I work diligently to guide you through your legal issues. I welcome the opportunity to tackle the challenges of your individual legal situation to help you reach your goals and flourish. I listen attentively to you to understand and appropriately address your unique legal needs in an efficient and cost-effective manner. To schedule a consultation and find out how I can serve you, call James D. Runzheimer, Attorney today. Personalized attention delivering effective legal services James D. Runzheimer is dedicated to helping Texas clients in their legal matters. I am widely recognized among peers in the Martindale-Hubbell Bar Register of Distinguished Lawyers as BV Distinguished Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, for my professionalism and ethics. I approach your case with: Personalized attention -- I know that the legal process can be stressful. I listen carefully to all of the important details of your case to determine the best course of action toward a favorable resolution. I work directly with you by providing personalized attention to help ensure that you achieve your goals. Experience -- I have more than 35 years of experience and a proven track record of delivering solutions for clients' legal needs. I fully apply my knowledge and skill to the benefit of each and every client. Effectiveness -- I know that legal issues can be very time consuming and expensive for individuals and for small-business owners. I go the distance to ensure that no time is wasted and that your case is resolved in an efficient and cost-effective manner. Distinguished attorney focused on a variety of practice areas James D. Runzheimer focuses on the needs of individuals and small-business owners in matters of intellectual property, business law, real estate and more. Intellectual property -- In my intellectual property practice, I protect clients' concepts, designs, ideas and innovations. I preserve their financial value through copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets. Business law -- In my business law practice, I help clients in matters such as business formation and advice, commercial and civil litigation, due diligence, financial investment counseling, contract review and development, and buy-and-sell agreements. Real estate -- In my real estate law practice, I apply my knowledge of property rights, real estate issues, business and finance to help you with real estate transactions, litigation and contracts.
2405 Garden Park Court, Suite A
Arlington TX 76013
Trusted business allies If you are planning to start your own business in Texas, or if you want to expand your current business, an experienced and knowledgeable business law attorney can help expedite the process and ensure your success. James D. Runzheimer at James D. Runzheimer, Attorney helps individuals and small businesses with a full range of legal services, including: Commercial and civil litigation Business formation and advice Due diligence Financial investment counseling Contract review and development Breach of contract Buy-and-sell agreements Shareholder disputes With more than 35 years of industry experience, James D. Runzheimer in Arlington, Texas is well prepared to handle business legal issues of any size or complexity. If litigation becomes necessary, I work tirelessly to defend your rights in court and to provide the best-possible results for your case. Realizing your business dreams I focus on helping clients start their own businesses. I review your business plans and advise on issues involved in business formation and maintenance including potential liability, corporate entity formation and tax structures. Once your business has been established, I continue to help it grow by advising on insurance coverage, investment strategies and corporate compliance issues. Also, I look after your best interests by finding strategies to limit your personal liability and to increase your bottom line. Helping business owners move forward I work closely with business owners to ensure that businesses run smoothly. I often negotiate and draft contracts and buy-and-sell agreements, help with corporate compliance measures and tax filings, and represent businesses in shareholder disputes and commercial litigation cases. I am a seasoned negotiator and litigator who knows how to best represent your financial interests, successfully resolving your issues in the boardroom or the courtroom. Protect your business today James D. Runzheimer, Attorney has the skill, experience and drive to help your small business succeed. To schedule a consultation, call James D. Runzheimer, Attorney today at 817-795-2020 or contact me online
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1979: U.S. District Court, District of Massachusetts; U.S. Court of Appeals, First Circuit; and U.S. Tax Court
1980: Texas; U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas; and U.S. District Court, Northern District of California
Law School: New England School of Law, J.D.
Member: Tarrant County Bar Association (Member, Energy Section), State Bar of Texas
Biography: Recipient, American Jurisprudence Award, Business Planning, 1977. Certified Public Accountant, Texas, 1980. Author/Speaker: "Document Retention," November 21, 2002; "Texas Medicaid Estate Recovery," May 20, 2004; "Legal, Tax, and Financial Aspects of Professional Sports Facilities," October 21, 2004; "Mental Capacity, Incompetency, and Disability: Representing the Elderly in a Murky World of Unknowns," November 18, 2004; "Document Retention After Arthur Andersen, Bankruptcy Reform, And Homeland Security," September 15, 2005; "The New Texas Business Organizations Code," March 16, 2006, Continuing Professional Education Courses, Arlington Association of Certified Public Accountants, President and Director, 20082009. Supervising Tax Specialist, Coopers & Lybrand, CPAs, Boston, Massachusetts, 19771979. Co-founder, President and Director, 19831995, Lecturer and Consultant, U.S. Small Business Administration, 1984. Metro Technology Development Council, Inc. Director, Center For Computer Assistance for The Disabled, Arlington, Texas, 19831986. Member, 1994, Board of Directors, and Treasurer, 2002present, North Central Texas Interlink, North Texas Commission. Named one of Tarrant County's top lawyers in area of Tax, Fort Worth, Texas magazine, December 2005 ed. Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Texas Small-Firm Practice Tools by Cindy Stormer, published by James Publishing, Inc., 2006. Lecturer, Business Law, University of TexasArlington, Summer and Fall 1981. Member: American Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants; Mid Cities/Arlington Association of Certified Public Accountants