Business organization, business litigation, and intellectual property law matters. Our practices focuses on dealing for matters such as breaches of commercial agreements (breach of contract), enforcements and defense of non-compete agreements, non-disclosure agreements, shareholder and partner disputes and protection of intellectual property rights, such as copyrights, trademarks and trade secrets.
We are in our second decade of representing businesses in not only Texas, but throughout the Southwest of the United States and Mexico. WE welcome the opportunity to meet with business and show them why, Vethan Law Firm, P.C. (VLF) should and could be there first choice for all their business law issues.
We are pleased to work with business people and businesses in the San Antonio and Eagle Ford areas.
“Mr. Vethan did an extremely good job. His firm did. Got a million dollars judgment. And if you go back and look at the docket sheet when this fight first broke out it was by no means clear that the trustee was going to get anything. So when Mr. Vethan and his firm, you know, and Mr. Colvin did clearly an exquisite job, excellent — excellent work.”
-Honorable Jeffery Bohm
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