Keith Aurzada works with his clients to solve complex business problems, through tough negotiating and litigation where necessary. He advises public and private corporations, boards of directors, and management teams regarding matters most important to their business. Keith brings a unique balance of legal acumen and practical business focus to each representation. His industry experience includes representing companies involved in the technology industry, health care, real estate, retail, manufacturing, health spas, restaurants, and oil and gas.
Keith has served as a court-appointed receiver in the Texas state and federal courts. In doing so, he has gained practical experience making the types of decisions that face C-level executives and business owners. This allows Keith to bring a level of insight to his representations that his clients appreciate and rely upon, especially when faced with issues that are mission critical. Keith regularly assists clients on matters involving significant corporate transactions, the preservation of intellectual property, civil litigation, and the restructuring of indebtedness (both in and out of court, including bankruptcy where necessary).
Keith has assisted his clients with numerous employment concerns relating to discrimination in both the administrative regulatory context and in court. He has also assisted his clients in other labor matters, including non-competition agreements and the protection of trade secrets.
Keith lectures frequently on a variety of topics before bar associations and professional organizations. He also recently served as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Wyoming.
During 2020, the U.S. economy, weighed-down by record levels of unemployment and the largest drop in quarterly gross domestic product, experienced the highest volume of bankruptcy activity since the 2008 financial crisis. As the economy tries to shak...