Overview Presentations and Publications

Overview

Braden Burgess assists clients in corporate matters, including mergers and acquisitions, contract review and negotiation, entity formation, and financing.  He has drafted private placement memoranda, subscription agreements, securities filings, and entity operating agreements for numerous private offerings of securities. In addition, he has negotiated and drafted asset purchase agreements, equity purchase agreements, buy-sell agreements, bylaws, employment agreements, loan agreements, master service agreements, and security agreements.  Clients appreciate his ability to review and revise documents and suggest modifications which are in the client’s best interests.

In 2016, Braden was a judicial intern for two judges:  The Honorable Rebeca Huddle, First Court of Appeals of Texas, Houston (currently, a Texas Supreme Court Justice) and The Honorable George C. Hanks, Jr., U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, Galveston.  While in law school, Braden was on the Dean’s Academic Honors List, received the Dean’s Scholarship, Lex Awards for Highest Grades in Lawyering Skills and Strategies I and II, and the Shook Hardy Writing Award.

Presentations and Publications

  • LLC Company Agreements, Corporate Blog, Houston, 2021
  • Crosstex v. Gardiner and the State of Nuisance Law in Texas, Houston Business and Tax Law Journal, Spring, 2018

Education

  • J.D., University of Houston
  • B.A. History and Political Science, University of Michigan