Bonnie E. Spencer
Firm Principal and Senior Counsel for Transactions and Litigation
Bonnie E. Spencer started the firm in 1993 to provide a full range of legal services to private clients including civil litigation, corporate and partnership law, mergers and acquisitions, business, shareholder and partnership disputes and traditional transactional and securities matters. Her philosophy was to give focused, business driven legal advice so that clients could make the very best legal and business decision. This philosophy has proven successful and in a difficult era when many firms are struggling to find their niche. The Spencer Law Firm has been expanding and now includes a talented group of lawyers who have the ability to handle most legal problems that may arise for both the corporate client and the general public. The firm has expanded its practice to include multidistrict product liability cases. However, the firm's central theme of service is still intact and is a holdover from the very first day the firm opened its doors to the public and is readily apparent when the potential client calls. In an era of voice messages and long wait time for call backs, The Spencer Law Firm insists upon maintaining personal service and one small, but important distinction in this world of automated voice mail, is having a human receptionist who will assist the potential client to make contact with an attorney for a consultation. On every level, from our staff to our attorneys, to provide the assistance needed.
Bonnie E. Spencer is the senior lawyer in the firm. She has been practicing as a business, securities, transaction, and litigation attorney on the Houston legal scene since 1980 and has enjoyed serving her many corporate and individual business clients. She believes that it is an adventure and a challenge for her to find the solution to every legal problem brought to her by our clients.
Bonnie has long assisted various clients such as individuals who have lost money because of fraud, criminal activity or negligence, broker-dealers needing help to comply with regulatory licensing and compliance, businesses having disagreements with other businesses or investors, individuals with claims against investment firms, SEC, state and FINRA regulatory compliance, capital formation, white collar criminal defense, shareholder/partnership/member disputes, and internal business administrative/control/operational difficulties, and other general company and partnership problems of all types.
- Business Consultation
- Partnership Disputes and Management
- Securities, Business Litigation
- Product Liability
- Oil and Gas
- FINRA Regulations and Enforcement
- Software Development
- Real Estate
- Business Transactions
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Texas, 1980
- U.S. District Court Southern District of Texas, 1987
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas, 1996
- U.S. Court of Appeals 5th Circuit, 1997