Our Practice Areas
At Oldham Law, PLLC, our goal is to defy stereotypes about lawyers, to delightfully surprise our clients, and to take a refreshing approach to serving as their legal counsel.
Texas Business Law
We work hand-in-hand with business owners and investors seeking to pursue opportunities, mitigate risk, and protect investments. Our clients range from start-ups to well-established, national companies. We are known for providing sound and wise counsel to businesses in need of pragmatic solutions to their most pressing concerns. By practicing what we preach, we are able to offer big-firm experience at an affordable rate.
Texas Commercial Litigation
We are principled advocates who understand that credibility—a key component of effective persuasion—is enhanced by civility and respect. Our clients range from small local shops to large national companies. We take a measured approach to litigation, evaluating the potential benefits and risks of each decision to ensure that resources are invested wisely. Our advice and counsel is guided, without exception, by the best interests of each client.
Texas Estate Planning
Estate planning allows you to control your property while you are alive and well, plan for yourself and your loved ones if you become disabled, and transfer your assets when you die to whom you want, at the time when you want, and the way you want. Thoughtful estate planning also promotes family harmony and may result in a reduced tax burden.
Privacy and Information Security
Data privacy and information security is a key concern for clients that operate in today’s business environment. Information technology is susceptible to unlawful intrusion by third parties. Appropriate safeguards of customer and employee data as well as of a business’ trade secrets and operations are of vital importance, yet navigating the legal terrain is challenging since the data privacy laws vary depending on the industry and the location of the data.
Employees are an important aspect of any business and usually have a significant impact to a company’s bottom line. Thus, it is important to ensure that your business has the right policies and procedures in place. Understanding your role as an employer is an important part of every business.