Our experienced attorneys possess a broad range of expertise in more than 40 areas of practice and have represented clients around the globe. This page encapsulates only a few of our most recent client representations. We invite you to dig deeper by visiting specific practice area or professional pages to find the transactions of most interest to you.

  • Representation of special districts in contested rate hearings before the Public Utility Commission of Texas
  • Preparing Census Disclosure for oil and gas importing company
  • Represented an on-line advertising agency specializing in pay-for-performance search engine marketing involving claims for defamation, tortious interference and unfair competition
  • Representation of clients in regulatory and administrative matters before the San Antonio Water System (SAWS)
  • Sale of a threading and grooving manufacturing company to a multinational conglomerate
  • Drafted a product development agreement for proposed "Automated Fuel Control and Distribution System" and completed a freedom-to-operate analysis for the proposed system
  • Representation of a national live events and ticketing company in the acquisition of ownership interests in a live performance venue
  • Represented the principal of a company in a contract dispute with the U.S. operation of a global corporation. Gardere negotiated a successful resolution to the dispute.
  • Completed a validity analysis for preparation and optimization of an oxygenated gasoline patent.
  • Negotiated removal of common law trademarks of our client, a Houston-based, wholesale fuel and lubrication distributor from a competitor's website.

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