About James Runzheimer, Attorney
When you deal closely and directly with skilled, versatile Arlington lawyer James D. Runzheimer, toward solutions to your business law issues, you are working with one of your own — a longtime, community-involved Texas resident who happens to be an accomplished, attentive attorney in a number of important practice areas.
Jim is a veteran of the U.S. Army who volunteered to serve our great country at the height of the Vietnam war. The most important lesson the U.S. Army taught him is that the first priority is to accomplish the mission. Jim applies this vital objective to his legal practice. What is the client’s objective, whether the client is facing litigation or contemplating a critical transaction that requires planning, negotiation and documentation?
Jim started his legal career in 1977 in the Boston office of Coopers & Lybrand, CPA’s as a supervising tax specialist. Jim’s experience in serving high tech clients and executives resulted in his qualification as a CPA in 1980. Jim’s 36 years as a licensed CPA gives him an invaluable perspective in applying a balanced approach to the tax, accounting and financial implications of business decisions.
Jim has a three-fold objective in practicing law: be fervent as an advocate, creative in achieving the client’s objectives, and ethical in his relationships with the courts, his clients, and opposing attorneys and parties.
For over 40 years of practice, Jim has distinguished himself in the fields of intellectual property, corporate law and real estate, dispensing sound counsel that addresses any urgent issue or long-term goal. Over the years, Jim has acted as a ‘general counsel’ for many of his small business clients.
If you are self-employed or own a business in the Dallas-Fort Worth North Texas area, if your primary concern is cyber security, if a contract has been breached, if a land use matter has jeopardized your rights — James Runzheimer, Attorney, can help.