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Matthew M. Buschi

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Sam Houston State University

B.A. in English-Creative Writing, 2001

Hofstra University School of Law

J.D. Magna Cum Laude, 2008


Texas, 2008

Memberships & Activities

American Bar Association

Houston Bar association

HBA Committee Project TRAIN Member, 2017, 2018

Served on Judicial Polls Committee


Best Lawyers in America® Ones to Watch 2021; Litigation – Real Estate

Citation of Excellence in Government Law Courses, Hofstra University

Excellent Writing Award, Sam Houston State University

Matthew M. Buschi

Matthew M. Buschi concentrates his practice in business and commercial litigation, real estate and commercial landlord/tenant controversies, civil appeals, and shareholder/partnership disputes. Mr. Buschi has represented litigating parties in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels. With over a decade of experience, he handles a variety of legal issues such as:


      • Contract disputes including leases & real estate transactions
      • Business & commercial disagreements
      • Civil Appeals
      • Shareholder & partnership disputes
      • Real estate litigation representing commercial & non-commercial landlords, owners, buyers, sellers, general contractors & subcontractors
      • Construction litigation
      • Representing commercial property developers in disputes with contractors
      • Representing homeowners in disputes with contractors
I strive to make every client feel like they are my only client.

Prior to joining Rapp & Krock, PC, Mr. Buschi was an attorney at Fryar Law Firm, P.C. focusing on shareholder litigation. Mr. Buschi is a member of the State Bar of Texas, and is admitted to practice before the Texas State Courts and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

Representative Matters

      • Obtained reversal and remand on appeal of an order dismissing a case based on an arbitration clause.
      • Obtained victory on appeal upholding denial of a motion to dismiss defamation claims based on the Texas Citizen’s Participation Act.
      • Obtained victory at Zoom trial against claims brought against a power of attorney under then newly enacted Texas Estates Code §751.251.
      • Obtained buy-out of minority interest in an oil and gas company during the course of litigation.
      • Negotiated a reverse buy-out (minority gets the company) for minority shareholder of a computer systems support company during the course of litigation.
      • Obtained injunctive relief on behalf of homeowners requiring an HOA board election during the course of litigation.
      • Consulted on construction defect case regarding water-front properties, briefed, argued, and obtained victory on unsettled legal issues involving derivative claims leading to successful trial.
      • Obtained buy-out for minority member of a medical staffing company during the course of litigation.
      • Obtained buy-out of minority interest in furniture manufacturing company during the course of litigation.
      • Obtained reverse buy-out for minority interest in well-known restaurant during the course of litigation.
      • Obtained buy-out of minority shareholders in oil & gas working interest holding company during the course of litigation.
      • Obtained dismissal of all claims on summary judgment against a Landlord in tortious interference and fraud case.