For over 25 years, Neal has helped business clients large and small, as well as individuals, resolve a wide range of complex problems; always with a singular focus of efficiently wrangling the client’s obstacles so they can get back to what they do best – earning a living. Neal focuses his practice on two basic areas of the law – commercial litigation and general construction matters.
On the commercial litigation side, Neal zealously represents clients embroiled in a broad range of commercial disputes arising in a myriad of commercial settings, including development deals gone bad, contract breaches, fiduciary duty disputes, “business divorces” in closely held companies and partnerships, restrictive covenant battles, property owners suffering under overreaching municipalities or HOA boards… The list goes on.
In the construction and development arenas, Neal helps owners, contractors, sub-contractors, and design professionals in just about every aspect of construction and development projects, including breach of contract disputes, project delay and termination issues, M&M lien perfection issues, contract preparation and review, job site injury and death cases, and, of course, litigation and arbitration of all manner of disputes arising in construction and land development transactions.
St. Mary’s University School of Law, J.D. (1996)
The University of Texas at Austin, B.A. (1992)
Austin Bar Association, Construction Law Section
American Bar Association