Woodlands-based attorneys announce new law firm, Woodall Batchelor PLLC

Woodlands-based attorneys announce new law firm, Woodall Batchelor PLLC

Woodlands-based attorneys announce new law firm, Woodall Batchelor PLLC

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Woodlands-based attorneys Dan Woodall and Charles Batchelor announced the formation of their new law firm, Woodall Batchelor PLLC, located at 26865 I-45, Ste. 201, The Woodlands, on June 21.

With more than 40 years of combined experience, the attorneys’ specialties include business law and contracts, corporations, LLCs and partnerships, real estate and construction, insurance coverage, defense and subrogation, labor and employment, and oil, gas and energy.

“What sets us apart from other law firms is that we offer big-firm legal expertise with the responsiveness and personalized attention of a smaller practice,” Woodall said.

The law firm serves a variety of clients from individuals, entrepreneurs and small businesses, to major corporations and international insurance syndicates. 281-892-1040. www.woodallbatchelor.com
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