Krahmer Law Firm, PLLC is a Dallas law firm that was formed to provide high quality business law services to small and mid-sized companies at affordable rates. Having worked as in-house counsel for over 20 years, Alyssa is a business lawyer who understands the challenges of operating a company and of being in-house counsel. In rendering legal services, she is mindful of the demands for efficiency, quality and economy in today's competitive business world.
Krahmer Law Firm, PLLC seeks to assist companies that:
You will be glad you called Krahmer Law Firm, PLLC for your business law needs. Obtaining sound advice up front about a potential issue could save your business time and money in the long run.
Contracts review; Regulatory compliance; Intellectual Property law; Technology law; Employment law; Consumer law; Insurance law ; Commercial law/Business transactions; Lease negotiation and review; Real Property law; General Business law
Krahmer Law Firm, PLLC, a Dallas law firm, providing business law services. The managing member, Alyssa Y. Krahmer, Attorney at Law, is a business lawyer licensed by the State Bar of Texas since 1995.
How Krahmer Law Firm, a Dallas law firm, can assist:
Negotiating, writing and reviewing contracts of all types;
Trademark matters (trademark searches, trademark filing, trademark and logo use guidelines);
License agreements (reviewing, negotiating and drafting);
Drafting and negotiating technology agreements;
Assisting your company with its extended service contract compliance needs;
Advertising and branding compliance (reviewing advertising/packaging for compliance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations);
Writing job applications, employee handbooks, other employment-related policies, and conducting training therefor;
Writing purchase order terms and conditions (both domestic and international);
Negotiating, drafting and reviewing commercial leases;
Business formations (i.e., forming corporations, partnerships, LLC's, etc.);
Buying, selling and leasing of commercial property and equipment;
Providing advice about setting up a company;
Writing company policies of all types (i.e., a Code of Conduct, an Equal Employment Opportunity Policy, a Family and Medical Leave Policy, an Anti-Money Laundering Policy and Program, a Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Policy and Program, etc.);
Crafting and implementing required training programs based on applicable regulations; and
Providing general advice about how to build a legal department.
Special Note: Because Alyssa has had industry-specific experience as a business lawyer in staffing, Oriental rugs, speed cook ovens, tobacco, vaping, jewelry and retail, she may be able to assist your company with its industry-specific legal and regulatory needs or questions.
Currently the owner of a Dallas law firm, Alyssa Y. Krahmer has been working as a business lawyer for small and mid-sized, public and private companies in the DFW area since 1996. Over the years, she has accumulated a broad array of knowledge in business law across a variety of industries while working in several practice areas.
Education: Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D. 1995)
Hotel Administration, University of Nevada Las Vegas (B.S. 1992)
Professional and Industry-Specific Experience: A business lawyer for many years, Alyssa has worked as General Counsel for an international tobacco and vape product manufacturer in Dallas, Texas. She has also served as General Counsel for an international Oriental rug manufacturer, retailer and importer. Over the years, she has advised companies in the following business sectors: technology, insurance, jewelry, consumer goods, real estate, construction and staffing.
Recent Papers and Presentations
--The Basics of Achieving Interviewing Success—Presented lecture at SMU Law School, November, 2017;
--A Few Business Pointers for Starting a Small Business, Presented lecture to the Women in Business-Frisco Networking Group, October 2017;
--Becoming a Lawyer and Other General Life Advice, Presented lecture to a Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District High School class, February 2018;
--Consumer Law Class, Guest Lecturer at Texas Tech University School of Law for the late Prof. John E. Krahmer, March 2018;
-- A Discussion of Incoterms® 2010 and Beyond, presentation of paper to Dallas Bar Association International Law Section, May 2018;
--How to Develop Effective Interviewing Skills for the U.S. Legal Market, Co-Presented lecture at SMU Law School, November 5, 2018
Alyssa is a native of Lubbock, Texas. She graduated a year early from Lubbock High School, the alma mater of Buddy Holly, and attended the University of Nevada Las Vegas ("U.N.L.V.") when she was 17.
Alyssa received her B.S. from U.N.L.V. in 1992 in Hotel Administration. After setting her sights on a legal career, she went back home to Lubbock to earn a J.D. from Texas Tech University School of Law in 1995. Alyssa is the proud daughter of Professor John Krahmer, who taught at Texas Tech University School of Law from 1971 until his passing in April of 2018.
Alyssa enjoys mentoring high school and adult-aged students on careers in the legal field. She speaks conversational Spanish and French. She does ballet as a hobby.
Krahmer Law Firm, PLLC, a Dallas law firm, looks forward to hearing from you soon!
If you need business law advice, you are invited to contact the firm by calling or by sending letters or electronic mail. Contacting the firm does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to the firm until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established. This is a Dallas law firm handy to Addison, Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Frisco, North Dallas, Plano and Richardson.
4099 McEwen, Suite 512, Dallas, Texas 75244 United States
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment
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