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Business Attorneys & Employment Law

SERVING CLIENTS IN HOUSTON & SUGAR LAND TX

At Garcia-Martin and Martin, we are proud to serve the community of Houston and surrounding areas with our business and employment law attorneys. Our team of experienced and professional attorneys have more than 30 years combined legal experience handling business and employment law cases in the greater Houston area. We are here to help you resolve your legal problems as quickly as possible, so you can achieve your career or business goals. Our Houston business attorneys will work tirelessly to help you resolve your business dispute or employment legal issue, as quickly and efficiently as possible. Our law firm is small, which allows us to build personal and genuine relationships with each of our clients, and in turn they get to know our attorneys directly, without middle men!

Practice Areas

Business Litigation
Partnership Disputes
Non-Compete Agreements
Breach of Contract
Business Disputes
Buy/Sell Agreements
Startups
FLSA/Overtime Disputes
Severance Agreements
Department of Labor Investigations

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TESTIMONIALS

"If I had to recommend a law firm for great professional advice and help, then Garcia-Martin & Martin would be my first and only recommendation. Mr. Lionel Martin is very thorough, knowledgeable and gets results.  "
Tasneem Mussaji
Key Things an Employment Attorney Can Do for You
Key Things an Employment Attorney Can Do for You
September 20, 2017
In the event that your employer were to short you on pay, refuse to give you your benefits, or makes you the subject of harassment, a Houston employment attorney can represent you and be you...
Understanding the 4 Most Common Business Disputes
Understanding the 4 Most Common Business Disputes
July 19, 2017
Running a successful business involves many key components, including the management of relationships with employees, customers, partners, and suppliers. While most of these interactions are...
Texas Appellate Court Decision Reminds Us to Take Care When Drafting Conditions Subsequent in Non-Compete Clauses
Texas Appellate Court Decision Reminds Us to Take Care When Drafting Conditions Subsequent in Non-Compete Clauses
February 17, 2017
A Texas Appellate Court upheld a decision that a non-compete clause in two separate agreements was not enforceable against an ex-employee who resigned to work for a competitor. The court's d...

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