Drew Erickson’s practice is focused on all aspects of business law. His practice includes general corporate transactions, contract drafting, entity choice and formation, mergers and acquisitions, and asset protection. His experience includes:
Entity selection, formation, governance
Employment/independent contract agreements, construction documents, building & equipment leases, master services agreements, and intellectual property protection
Develop strategies for corporate reorganizations and restructurings
Develop capital strategies for start up and existing companies and advise investors on risk of investments
Prepare & negotiate securities and disclosures including convertible notes, security purchases, private placement memorandums, and subscription agreements
Negotiate and draft documents in residential or commercial real estate sales, purchases, or developments
Assist with property inspection, leasing, purchase, and disposition
Advise companies employment compliance & discrimination laws to proactively protect their business
Advise companies in non-competes, disclosures, intellectual property assignments, compensation plans and termination rights
My goal for every matter entrusted to me by my clients is to make sure that I exceed their expectations in delivering legal services.
While earning his Juris Doctorate at South Texas college of Law, Drew served as an Articles Editor for the South Texas Law Review, was inducted into the Order of the Lytae, received the Transactional Law Practice Certificate, and was on the Dean’s List. Prior to joining Rapp & Krock PC, Drew was a judicial intern to Judge Jeff Bohm of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas and Justice Tracy Christopher at the Fourteenth Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas.
Representation of a Houston-based restaurant chain in connection with the expansion of operations and buyout of members
Completed a reorganization and consolidation of multiple entities to minimize liabilities and maximize operations for a service provider of construction companies
Performed complete reviews and reforms of the corporate books for an international energy infrastructure testing company and a Houston-based chain of bars
Routinely draft and review contracts for corporate clients, including master services agreements, nondisclosure and confidentiality agreements, employment agreements, lease agreements and construction contracts
Represented various clients with entity selection process and the drafting and negotiation of formation, governance and buy-sell documents.
Performed title and survey reviews on multiple commercial properties
Assisted with multiple diligence reviews on corporate merger & acquisition matters