McDowell Law serves Texas businesses and individuals facing business and employment-related issues. Chris McDowell has over 20 years' experience in business, commercial law, and trial law and offers a calculated, practical approach to the issues that can keep you up at night.
Having spent much of his career in big firms, Chris understands what it means to represent large corporations in complex commercial and business law matters. He knows how to manage resources and work on a budget. And he knows how to prepare and try a lawsuit when the company is at stake.
Chris’s undergraduate degree is in finance and economics. Before going to law school, Chris worked in both business and banking. That real world experience makes all the difference. The first thing you need your lawyer to do is understand your business and what is important to you. Just because something can be done, doesn’t mean it should be done. Chris understands this, and advises you accordingly.
Chris brings his big firm and real world experience together in a small firm, low-overhead driven atmosphere. Small and mid-sized businesses have the same business issues that large corporations encounter, but often lack the resources to address them in the manner offered by large firms. Whether it is a question about the meaning of a clause in a contract, an issue with an employee or competitor, or a complex legal dispute, when questions arise, you need an attorney who understands your business and will work with you to solve the problem in a way that makes sense for your business. The firm is committed not only to solving legal problems, but to helping you avoid future disputes and achieve your goals.
Solving a problem at a cost that exceeds the cost of the problem itself doesn’t make much sense. Yet that is the outcome many small and mid-sized businesses feel like they end up with when it comes to legal issues. If a company fails to manage its resources efficiently, it won't be in business for long. McDowell Law is designed to deliver high-quality legal services at a reasonable cost to clients, prevent unnecessary disputes, and to promptly resolve disputes if they arise.