At Tri Nguyen Law Office PC we bring our 19 years of legal experience, insight and business knowledge to serve your Houston small and medium business and to increase the value you will receive from engaging with us.
As we specialize in serving small and medium companies, we have aligned our services with your interests through activities such as our fixed price arrangements, the adoption of the latest communication technologies, continuous learning, and serving as a business partner without a ticking clock in the background.
Yes, we work on a fixed price arrangement with no billable hour or hourly rate. After over a decade of serving small and medium businesses, we have seen that clients are best served when they don’t have to consider the billable hour every time they need legal advice. We look forward to being the best legal advisor you and your business have ever worked with.
- Business Law
- Real Estate Law
- Securities Law
- Corporate Law
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Business Transactions - Sales and Purchases
Initial 30-minute consultations are at no charge.
- Credit Cards Accepted
- State Bar of Texas
- ID Number: 24032783
- General Counsel
- Terrabon, Inc.
- Senior Attorney
- Phillips & Reiter, PLLC
- Associate Municipal Court Judge
- City of Houston
- University of Houston Law Center
- Doctor of Jurisprudence/Juris Doctor (J.D.)
- State Bar of Texas  # 24032783
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- Q. How do I file a SS4- Application for a EIN by Fax/mail?
- A: Hello. You can now file the SS-4 application online. Have you tried this yet? This process allows you to receive an EIN immediately. https://www.irs.gov/businesses/small-businesses-self-employed/employer-id-numbers Here's the fax info: Internal Revenue Service Attn: EIN Operation Cincinnati, OH 45999 Fax: 855-641-6935 Good luck.
- Q. How do I obtain a copy of my public record in Walker County Texas; Doc no. 00025169 vol no 01248 page no. 00354?
- A: The recording information looks like it's a real property recording. You can pull the information here: https://walkertx.search.kofile.com/48471/Home/Index/1 Good luck.
- Q. I consulted (without a K) for a tech company that's struggling. They owed me money so I quit. Can I compete w/ them?
- A: Hello. Generally, non-competes should be in writing because they should express a time limit for the non-compete and what the scope of the non-compete should be. If you signed a document that includes a non-compete clause or a non-compete language, then you'd want to analyze that language and get an attorney's take on it. Some non-competes are narrow and some are broad. I understand that you didn't have a contract, but did you sign something else with the company - like on-boarding paperwork, confidentiality agreement, etc. These are all important documents and information for an attorney to know. Additionally, as a contractor, depending on the type of work you did, the work product that you developed for the company could belong to the company (see works made for hire article here - https://www.copyright.gov/circs/circ30.pdf); thus you'd want to analyze this particular issue with your attorney as well, especially if you signed a document assigning the company your rights to the intellectual property or idea. You'd want to be careful using an idea that actually belongs to the company. A qualified attorney can help you work through these issues. Good luck!