Physician and Executive Contract Review and Negotiation
We handle the legal work so you can focus on your practice and profession. Physicians and high level executives are often presented with:
- Employment Agreements
- Non-competition Agreements
- Physician-Shareholder agreements
- Stock option or Warrant agreements
- Intellectual Property agreements
- Bonus agreements
- and others
It is important to have these documents reviewed by a lawyer before signing them.
If you are facing new employment or considering a change in employment or practice, contact us. We will review and negotiate your agreements. If you are leaving a position or practice, contact us to review your existing agreements. We will advise you on how best to proceed. Contact our Houston Employment lawyers today for a free consultation.
Physician and Executive Employment Litigation
We represent physicians and executives in employment litigation claims involving non-competition clauses, non-solicitation clauses, stock option and bonus agreements, trade secrets and confidential information, patient lists, and customer lists. We routinely handle cases involving:
- Temporary restraining orders and temporary injunctions
- Breach of contract claims
- Breach of fiduciary duty claims
- Tortious interference claims
In addition to litigation and arbitration, Moulton & Wilson, LLP represents businesses and entrepreneurs in business and real estate transactions.
Moulton & Wilson, LLP has handled real estate transactions for a variety of clients. We have represented buyers and sellers in forming entities, negotiating and documenting purchase and sale agreements, negotiating and documenting financing arrangements, conducting due diligence, and closing transactions. We also have experience negotiating and documenting commercial leases (including leases for warehouse, professional, office, and manufacturing space) and in representing buyers and sellers of both single-family homes and multi-family residential developments.
Contact Moulton & Wilson, LLP for a free consultation if you are buying, selling, or leasing real estate, or if you are engaged in or contemplating a significant business transaction.