Richard D. Weaver is the principal attorney in The Weaver Law Firm. Visit www.weaverlawyers.com. He obtained his B.A. in English/Professional Writing from Baylor University and received his J.D. from South Texas College of Law. He has represented both defendants and plaintiffs in wrongful death cases. Mr. Weaver has established a background in complex business and real estate litigation. In addition, Weaver has experience in matters associated with the misappropriation, misuse and improper utilization of intellectual property / copyrighted property specifically in the energy and biomedical technology industry.
Weaver has successfully represented large corporations and plaintiffs in products liability litigation. While Mr. Weaver focuses his practice in business and real estate related litigation, he enjoys the transactional side of business and real estate law in Houston, Texas in addition to San Antonio.
Title companies like Fidelity National Title have utilized Mr. Weaver in real estate transactions. Builders and developers rely on Mr. Weaver for consultation on restrictive real estate situations and on real estate development projects. In addition, Weaver assists real estate investors, corporate entities and business owners by drafting, reviewing and negotiating commercial and residential real estate purchase and lease agreements.
Weaver has authored and published several law and business related articles for Texans. He has also been interviewed and serves as a resource for news outlets like the Houston Chronicle and Univision. Weaver has enjoyed serving as a Trustee for HYLF, which supports and encourages education and programs that promote and aid an improved system for the administration of justice in Harris County, Texas and which assists those in need. Weaver served on the Economic Development Committee of the Galleria Chamber of Commerce, and serves as an Associate Deacon and Member at Second Baptist Church.
Richard Weaver has consecutively been recognized by Super Lawyers and named a "Texas Rising Star" by Texas Monthly, a distinction that is afforded to no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in the state of Texas.