John H. Walker, Business Law Attorney – Licensed in Texas, Ohio, New York, and Washington D.C. 

John H Walker - Houston Business Law Attorney

John H. Walker, J.D., L.L.M. 
Attorney at Law 
AAA-CPA

An Experienced Business Law Attorney

The decision to engage a Houston attorney to guide and represent your business is an important one. You want someone who understands the unique challenges and opportunities your company faces and who knows the right course of action for helping you achieve your goals. At the same time, you want someone with the tenacity and expertise to help you protect your business and ensure your long-term success. Walker Law PC provides precisely this mix of professional confidence and personal one-on-one attention through its founder – John H. Walker.

As a licensed attorney in Texas, New York, and Ohio, John has been involved with hundreds of business deals throughout his over 25-year career. Besides his background in business law and tax law, John has also worked as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), which gives him unique insight into the various ways in which legal, tax, accounting, and business strategies blend together to create the best decisions within a certain organization.

From Simple To Complex Matters, John H. Walker Has Been Through It All

John has reviewed, evaluated, advised, and counseled more than 300 small business owners on strategic plans, negotiations, expanding through acquisitions, and ultimately the sale of their business. John has broad experience helping closely-held and family-owned businesses minimize their risk and maximize their value.

Today, John focuses on representing business owners on both routine and complex transactions such as buying and selling businesses; creating partnerships and joint ventures; structuring and negotiating ownership arrangements; drafting non-competition and non-disclosure agreements; master service, sales, and agent agreements; and other documents needed to best take advantage of their business strategies.

Helpful Business Law Articles and Videos 

Down below are a few articles that John has written: 

Words Matter: Poor Drafting Can Prevent A Claim of Breach of Contract
The point of a contract is to establish the duties and obligations, and the rights and responsibilities between the parties to the contract. Written carefully and correctly contracts can minimize the risk of litigation…

Recipe For A Successful Business Contract
Contracts are a critical part of running a successful business in Texas, or anywhere. Contracts are involved in all aspects of conducting business and you can hardly make it through the work day without encountering some sort of contract. Some of the more commonly used types of contracts in business include…

Use Your CPA To Increase Your Business Value
Selling your business is a complex undertaking that requires many skill sets to maximize the amount you walk away with at closing. This is not a “do-it-yourself” project. The stakes are too high and it’s unlikely that you are the best person to do all the things that need to be done…

Does my business need contracts with our vendors?

My clients are taking way too long to pay my business – what can I do?

Why do I need non-disclosure agreements in my business, and whom should I ask to sign them?