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TEXAS CONSTRUCTION LAWYERS Real estate developers, construction contractors, and business leaders turn to the Texas law firm of Stuber Cooper Voge, PLLC, to meet their legal needs, whether engaged in large-scale construction projects, real estate development or seeking resolution of sophisticated business issues. Located in Frisco, Texas, our firm serves corporate clients, businesses and entrepreneurs throughout the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, the State of Texas, and beyond. TEXAS COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS LAWYERS While a major focus of our firm has been construction litigation, our lawyers provide excellent representation and services in real estate and business as well. The main areas in which we concentrate our practice include: Construction Litigation Business Litigation Business Formation Commercial Real Estate Negotiation & Drafting of Contract Documents Insurance Coverage Stuber Cooper Voge, PLLC offers service-oriented legal counsel at cost-effective rates, designed to protect corporate interests and help companies reach their business goals. Although the firm is based in Texas, our lawyers have been involved in complex construction disputes across the country including New York, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Maryland, Colorado and Louisiana. Contact us online or call our Frisco office at 214-472-2770 to arrange a consultation.
2600 Network Blvd. Suite 305
Frisco TX 75034
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE
TEXAS COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE LAWYERS From our Frisco, Texas law office, the lawyers at Stuber Cooper Voge, PLLC, provide clients with high quality legal assistance, essential in managing commercial real estate. Whether your involvement with commercial real estate is as a real estate developer, owner, or investor, you are no doubt busy attending to the viability and success of your company. Working with knowledgeable and skilled lawyers, who can handle the legal details, frees up your time to run your business. COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Ensuring commercial real estate transactions are legally sound is fundamental to the success of any real estate venture. Stuber Cooper Voge, PLLC assists clients with a variety of commercial real estate transactions: Evaluation Sales/Acquisition Development COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE LITIGATION Even though due diligence and detailed agreements help avoid real estate disputes, sometimes conflict is inevitable. Any number of circumstances can lead to problems and issues, requiring legal solutions. Our firm helps clients effectively resolve their commercial real estate matters through mediation and litigation by addressing a variety of disputes, many of which fall into the broad categories of: Non-payment issues Land ownership conflicts Breach of contract Partnership disputes Providing excellent customer service and a results-oriented approach, our attorneys will work closely with you, striving to meet your real estate objectives and achieve a favorable outcome. We approach your matters in a cost-effective, efficient, and timely manner. If you have a commercial real estate transactional or litigation issue you would like to discuss, we are happy to arrange a consultation. Contact Stuber Cooper Voge, PLLC online or call our law office at 214-472-2770.
Brian T. Cooper practices in the following areas of law: Construction Law; Business Litigation
Admitted: 1999, Texas; U.S. District Court - Northern, Southern, Western, & Eastern Districts of Texas
Law School: University of Colorado at Boulder (J.D., 1999)
College: Texas A & M University (B.S., Civil Engineering, 1996)
Member: State Bar of Texas (Member, Construction Law Section); Dallas Bar Association (Member, Construction Law Section);TEXO, The Construction Association; Construction Financial Management Association (CFMA)
Honors/Recognitions: Designated Texas Super Lawyer Rising Star by Texas Monthly Magazine (2004-2011)
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