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MELVIN J. FEREBEE III ESQ.

Melvin the Corporate Lawyer

Melvin James Ferebee III, Esq. the Managing Partner of The Ferebee Group PLLC, a full-service business law firm based in Houston, Texas.

Melvin attended The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government. He proceeded to spend almost a decade in the hotel industry before earning his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law in Austin, Texas.

Melvin represents clients in complex real estate transactions by drafting purchase and sale agreements for raw land and income producing property, negotiating and drafting commercial lease and escrow agreements, planning and drafting commercial loan documents, and by counseling them through the enforcement of restrictive covenants, commercial and residential landlord/tenant disputes, construction law issues, and asset protection strategies.

He also represents and counsels clients in the formation, acquisition, and sale of business entities such as corporations, general partnerships, limited partnership, limited liability companies and the preparation of ancillary agreements thereto, including buy-sell agreements, employment contracts, non-disclosure agreements, and non-competition agreements.

Germane to his work in the film and television industry, he represents clients in offerings of debt and equity securities, in organizing, reorganizing, and dissolving corporations and other business entities, in venture capital and private placement, and in other transactional matters including advise on corporate finance, which includes equity and preferred equity investments.

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MELVIN J. FEREBEE III ESQ.‚Äč

Melvin represents clients in complex real estate transactions by drafting purchase and sale agreements for raw land and income producing property, negotiating and drafting commercial lease and escrow agreements, planning and drafting commercial loan documents, and by counseling them through the enforcement of restrictive covenants, commercial and residential landlord/tenant disputes, construction law issues, and asset protection strategies.
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