David Bledsoe maintains a broad business practice representing local, statewide, national, and international businesses ranging from individuals to large corporations. He serves as outside general counsel for public and private companies and provides practical legal guidance on day-to-day operations.
Mr. Bledsoe assists clients in navigating a wide array of complex business transactions, which often involves negotiating, drafting, reviewing, and advising on a variety of contracts and related documents. He also assists clients in forming, capitalizing, and structuring limited liability companies, corporations, partnerships, and other entities, which includes preparing documents related to organization, governance, management, and ongoing corporate formalities.
Additionally, Mr. Bledsoe practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions where he helps clients buy, sell, and restructure businesses. He also handles disputes arising amongst business owners and between owners and management.
Mr. Bledsoe maintains a real estate practice as well where he focuses on acquisitions and divestitures of real property, leasing, development, and asset protection.
Moreover, Mr. Bledsoe serves as counsel for commercial and private lenders, including national banks, in financing transactions, secured transactions, risk management, and due diligence matters.
- Practice Areas
- Business and Corporate
- Mergers and Acquistions
- Outside General Counsel
- Commerical and Residential Real Estate
- Banking and Finance
- J.D., South Texas College of Law, 2013
- B.A., Lamar University, magna cum laude, 2009
- Honors and Awards
- Rising Star in Business Law, American Institute of Legal Advocates (2018)
- Peer Reviewed, Martindale-Hubbell
- Transactional Law Certificate, South Texas College of Law (2013)
- Publications, Presentations and Media
- "Texas Partners Owe Transferees Good Faith: Escaping from the Box."
Corporate Counsel Review, vol XXXI no.2: 119 - 145 (2012)
- "SEC Filings May Violate Confidentiality Agreements: Draft Carefully"
Corporate Counsel Review, vol. XXXI no. 2 194-196 (2012)
- Member, State Bar of Texas - Sections: Busness Law and Corporate Counsel
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Fort Bend County Bar Association
- Bar Admissions
- State Bar of Texas
- Commercial Litigation
- Community Association Law
- Construction Law
- Corporate Transactions and ------------Outside General Counsel
- Cyber Risk
- Directors and Officers Litigation
- Fiduciary Litigation
- Labor and Employment
- Professional Liability
- Real Estate Practice