Mr. Loren M. King, IV has an extensive transactional and litigation docket. He started his career working with Flour Corporation, a Global Engineering and Construction Company, where he developed a significant construction law background. Currently, he works with several construction, engineering and industrial companies by assisting them in maintaining compliance with construction law, rules and regulations. He routinely drafts and negotiates construction contracts as well as litigating and enforcing the terms therein.
Mr. King also regularly assists corporate clients involved in pharmaceutical products, real estate, hospitality and food service industries, software development and engineering, private equity, environmental industrial services, oil and gas, as well as many other industries. He assists corporate clients with their general business transactions, employment issues, private equity, corporate development and structuring, master service agreements, acquisitions and dispositions, contract negotiation, drafting and execution, as well as spearheading litigation on their behalf.
Mr. King also has experience in federal and state securities laws, rules and regulations. He is adept in FINRA, Texas State Securities Board and Federal securities laws, rules and regulations as well as compliance. Mr. King has a federal and state court practice, with emphasis on securities litigation and arbitration, commercial and contract disputes, copyright infringement, trade secrets, oil and gas, construction and business disputes.
Mr. King is also involved in a national MDL regarding medical devices and other defective products. Mr. King handles the probate docket for the firm, which includes drafting applications for admission of wills to probate, drafting initial inventory, accounting, and lists of claims, attending hearings, drafting wills, trusts, and other estate planning documents. Mr. King manages our multi-family property operating company’s litigation docket, including preparation of defenses and claims, and court attendance associated with hearings, motions, and trial as needed. This docket often is associated with property and landlord-tenant law including evictions and payment of rent. He also has varied experience in drafting oil and gas joint operating agreements in compliance with Texas law and the Texas Railroad Commission’s regulatory rules, reviewing proposed operating agreements and lease agreements to ensure protection of client rights under the operating agreement and the obligations of the operator under the contract, in addition to the review of title documents and leases associated with operating agreements to ensure the legitimacy of the client’s right to collect royalties.