AttorneyBritt - Gary L. Britt, CPA, J.D.

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AttorneyBritt - Gary L. Britt, CPA, J.D.

Business, Business Organization, Limited Liability Companies, Contract, Corporate

  • Fax: 512-777-4930
  • Firm Year: 1985
  • Office Hour: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Language: English

512-481-2886

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Gary L. Britt

Landlord-Tenant, Contract, Business Organization, Business
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I am a business lawyer and CPA with 30 years experience. I help individuals, businesses, and business owners form their corporations and LLCs; manage,... (more)

I am an Austin business lawyer and CPA with 33 years experience. I help businesses and business owners form their LLCs, corporations, and partnerships;  draft their operating, shareholder, and partnership agreements; manage, structure, and govern their business contracts and business transactions; write and review their business purchase and sale agreements; protect their assets; prosecute and defend their lawsuits; do their estate planning; draft their wills; and successfully transfer their wealth to future generations.

Business Law, LLC And Corporation Formation, New Business Startups, Litigation, And Health Law.

Helping Small Business Clients In Austin And Throughout Texas With:

    Contracts And Agreements;
    Shareholder, Partnership, And Operating Agreements;
    Employment Contracts And "Work For Hire" Agreements;
    Intellectual Property Protection;
    Stark Law Compliance;
    Litigation and Lawsuits;
    Wills And Trusts;
    Asset Protection;
    And Estate Planning.

An Austin business lawyer at AttorneyBritt is experienced at servicing the legal needs of various businesses, including technology companies and startups.  We provide Austin corporate attorney services to business entities from their founding, startup, and initial organization through their financing, investor relationships, and beyond.  We help technology clients and other new businesses choose the right business entity and state of organization, protect their intellectual property, and define and protect the present and future contract rights and management control of founders, employees, and independent contractors.  An Austin corporate lawyer at AttorneyBritt will also assist our new business startup clients with employment agreements and independent contractor agreements, including provisions for non-compete, non-disclosure (NDA), and non-solicitation of employees and customers.  An Austin corporate lawyer at AttorneyBritt will also handle your new or small business "work for hire", copyright, and other intellectual property contracts.

AttorneyBritt - Gary L. Britt, CPA, J.D. is a business lawyer with excellent legal and business judgment across a wide range of areas, with strong entrepreneurial experience in law, management, and operations.  I am an excellent business lawyer with a very strong intellect.  I am a strong negotiator who thinks fast on my feet.  I am an excellent manager and a natural leader.  I have the innate ability to resolve difficult and highly emotional conflicts through persuasion, leadership, and dogged perseverance.

I scored in the 90th percentile on the LSAT exam, the top 4% in the country on the CPA exam, and in 2000 (15 years out of law school) scored higher on the Georgia Bar Exam than the average Emory Law School Graduate.  I graduated from DePaul University, in Chicago, magna cum laude, in June, 1974.  I was licensed as a CPA in February, 1975, after having passed all parts of the CPA exam on my first attempt.  I'm licensed to practice law in both Texas ('85) and Georgia ('00).

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AttorneyBritt - Gary L. Britt, CPA, J.D.
9442 N Capital Of Texas Hwy
Austin, TX 78759
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9442 N Capital Of Texas Hwy
Austin, TX 78759

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