BOHREER & ZUCKER LLP
BOHREER & ZUCKER LLP concentrates on issues affecting employers and business owners. Founding partners E. Michelle Bohreer and Todd Zucker have successfully represented companies ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to small businesses, as well as individuals, in a wide variety of matters. Their services include matters as simple as responding to routine business and HR issues to more complex issues, such as negotiating/preparing business and employment contracts; hiring and firing; preservation of confidential information/human capital; non-compete enforcement; workplace injury defense; and litigation and arbitration of business disputes from inception through final appeal.
Michelle and Todd both are AV rated by Martindale Hubbell - the highest peer rating for ability and ethics - and both have been named Texas Super Lawyers by Law & Politics magazine in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009 (published by Texas monthly). Michelle was also recognized as a Texas Super Lawyer in 2012 and 2013. While small enough to provide extremely personalized service, Bohreer & Zucker LLP has the bandwidth, experience and intellectual firepower needed to handle even the most complex business litigation matters. Michelle and Todd maintain longstanding client relationships through their responsiveness, resourcefulness, zealous advocacy and ability to provide practical solutions to a wide variety of real-world business problems.
Bohreer & Zucker LLP fills a unique niche in the business community, because our day-to-day legal advice on business and employment matters is formed by our trial experience.
Being known in our community as lawyers who try cases provides strategic benefit for our clients when legal disputes arise.
There isn't much of anything I'd rather be doing than picking a jury or delivering an opening statement. I have represented clients in more than 40 jury and non-jury trials, which have involved a wide variety of legal issues, including self-insured workplace injury defense, discrimination, whistleblower, retaliatory discharge, securities fraud, usury, noncompete agreements, mineral lease enforcement, contract disputes, business fraud, and tortious interference, just to name a few.
- Michelle Bohreer
For almost 25 years, my law practice has involved providing practical, no-nonsense advice and representation on issues affecting businesses and business owners. Much of the litigation crossing my desk over the years has resulted from issues that could have been prevented by proper planning and documentation or easily resolved by prompt attention to the underlying problem. Through my trial practice, I am keenly aware of what can go wrong in the workplace as well as in court.
- Todd Zucker