Neal Parekh is a tenacious problem-solver and gifted advocate, serving clients with both corporate and litigation needs. Mr. Parekh’s career at Brown Fox began as a summer clerk in 2016 while still attending Baylor School of Law. Between Mr. Parekh’s clerkship and employment as an attorney, Mr. Parekh acted as a Baylor Law Practice Court Associate in Baylor Law’s nationally-ranked advocacy program. He successfully coached two Baylor Law mock trial teams during this time.

Neal possesses a rare combination of legal ability and concern for the client. Those qualities—combined with his well-rounded knowledge of litigation and transactional issues—allows Neal to gain a holistic understanding of his clients’ needs and assist them in all aspects of their business.

- Colleague and Dallas-based attorney

As someone who has closely worked both personally and professionally with Neal Parekh for the last four years, I can attest that Neal is a man of tremendous character whose talent is only superseded by his tenacity and unparalleled work ethic.

- Attorney and Staff Sergeant (Retired), U.S. Army

Neal consistently puts 100% effort into his work. Neal is a passionate and intellectual person seeking to achieve the best results for his clients through the optimum use of legal skills.

- Brazos County prosecutor
  • Entity formation and internal governing documents, including non-profits
  • General outside corporate counsel
  • Sales of commercial and residential real estate
  • Commercial leases
  • Complex private-equity financing and capital raises
  • Regulation D compliance related to private-equity offerings
  • Corporate restructuring
  • Mergers and Acquisitions

Specific Experiences

  • Assisted with formation of and drafting internal governing documents for various types of Texas and Delaware entities, including limited liability companies, series limited liability companies, and corporations.
  • Provided legal counsel to Dallas-based national real-estate company in complex corporate restructure and general counsel for associated real estate dealings.
  • Provide legal advice regarding Regulation D and state blue-sky law compliance related to private offerings to accredited investors.
  • Assisted several businesses with capital raises.
  • Drafted agency and broker agreement for a regional broker.
  • Counseled non-profit Dallas County-based ministry group in formation and general corporate matters.
  • Drafted terms of service, end user license agreements, and privacy policies for websites of multiple startup companies.
  • Provided contract reviews, analysis, and drafting in corporate and real estate matters.
  • Commercial litigation
  • Landlord-tenant litigation (commercial)
  • Bankruptcy litigation
  • Intellectual property litigation
  • Residential construction litigation

Specific experiences

  • Prepared and filed Proofs of Claim in bankruptcy cases.
  • Drafted petitions in multiple Texas state court cases across several counties.
  • Drafting discovery requests and responses in multiple Texas state court cases.
  • Document production in discovery in Texas state court cases.
  • Motion practice in Texas state court in several counties.
  • Seeking Pre-judgment writ of garnishment in Texas in Denton County.
  • Prevailed as movant on motions to compel and for sanctions in discovery dispute in Texas state court in Collin County.
  • Prevailed on ex-parte hearing for pre-judgment writ of garnishment in Texas state court in Denton County.
  • Drafted responses to traditional and no-evidence motions for summary judgment in construction defect case which prevailed at oral argument in Texas state court in Dallas county.
  • Drafted prevailing objections to Pre-sentencing Report as federal-court appointed defense in criminal sentencing case in the Northern District of Texas, Dallas Division.
  • Prepared expert witness and corporate representative to defend deposition in construction defect case in Texas state court in Dallas County.
  • Texas (2017)
  • State Bar of Texas
  • American Bar Association
    • Business Law Section
  • Dallas Bar Association
    • Corporate Law Section
  • Dallas Asian American Bar Association
  • Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
  • Baylor Law School, J.D. 2017
    • Order of the Barristers
    • Dean’s List
    • Strasburger & Price Interscholastic Moot Court Competition, Top 10 Speakers
    • Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition, Oral and Brief Advocate
    • Frank A. Schreck National Moot Court Competition, Second-Best Brief Award and Semi-finalist

Mr. Parekh was active in Baylor Law’s advocacy program, competing in two national moot court competitions, and was selected to participate in Baylor Law School’s second annual Business Law Bootcamp, a week-long immersive course in various topics of business law. Additionally, he volunteered several times as a mentor for the SBA Law Buddy program, underwent an independent study with Professor Larry Bates on specific issues regarding UCC Article 9 secured transactions, and served as a Research Assistant to the Legal Writing department under the direction of Professor Susan Kelley-Claybrook Ortiz.

  • University of Texas at Arlington, B.A., cum laude, 2012
    • Dean’s List
    • President and Treasurer; UTA Moot Court Club
    • 19th Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot (Vienna), Oral and Brief Advocate
    • French Honors Society

Prior to law school Mr. Parekh earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Texas at Arlington, with a concentration in prelaw while obtaining a double minor in Business Administration and French. Mr. Parekh regularly competed on UTA’s undergraduate moot court team, ultimately serving as the Moot Court team president. He also completed a study abroad program in Paris, France and held active memberships in the French Honors Society and officer positions in French Club and Olympus Mons Astronomy Club.

  • Texas Rising Star, Super Lawyers (2020)
  • Regularly provides corporate counseling assistance to Brown Fox pro bono clients.
  • Provided legal advice to local veterans, and pro bono defense representation of juveniles for juvenile detention hearings for the Baylor Law’s Pro Bono Clinic (2017-18)

While many siblings spend their formative years fighting, my brother and I grew up spending most of our weekends and breaks playing video games with each other (there was still some fighting, too). Little did we know then that games would create such a close bond between us, and continue to provide a timeless form of entertainment.

What started out as a simple way to pass time between classes and study breaks transformed into a passionate hobby, fostering some of the best friendships I walked out of law school with. All thanks to this table-tennis paddle my law school roommate Allen gifted me as a birthday present.

Called dandia in Gujarati, these sticks are used in a traditional Indian folk dance celebrating the Hindu holiday Navrati. Dandia represent the wealth of culture and tradition central to my upbringing, and further embody my love of dancing. The resemblance to drum sticks is a nod to my years as a percussionist.

More About Neal Parekh

Mr. Parekh is a native Texan hailing from the suburbs of Dallas. When not working, Mr. Parekh enjoys spending time with his wife, Gina, and his family, and loves playing table-tennis, cooking, dancing, and exercising.

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