We believe in helping our clients achieve their goals by providing comprehensive legal counsel and tactical advice. We work with individuals and business owners to effectively resolve problems and to proactively prevent future legal issues. We're committed to delivering efficient legal services to clients in the Houston and Sugar Land, TX areas.
Ron Haggerty is the founder and principal of the firm. As an engineer and licensed attorney, he has practical legal experience with energy projects and intellectual property matters in the U.S. and internationally.
He worked as corporate general counsel for several Fortune 100 energy companies and a major construction company, making the firm well suited to represent large corporations and small businesses in the areas of manufacturing, technology, oil & gas and energy.
Additionally, he has years of experience helping individuals with contracts, agreements and estate planning.
Whether negotiating large engineering and construction contracts or helping clients obtain a trademark or patent, the firm is capable. He accomplishes client objectives with a combination of legal expertise, critical thinking and common sense.
State of Texas and USPTO Licensed
Haggerty is no stranger to hard work. His mother was a beautician and entrepreneur; his father was a machinist for a large oilfield services company. His parents instilled in him the value of a good education and the importance of discipline and determination.
As a student at E. E. Worthing High School on Houston’s south side, Haggerty took advanced architectural and mechanical drafting courses and maintained a part-time job.
He then attended Prairie View A&M University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering graduating cum laude. At Prairie View A&M, Haggerty served as the president of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and vice president of Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship, Inc. He was also a member of Pi Mu Epsilon Math Honor Society and NROTC. Haggerty worked alternating semesters as a student engineer at the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command Headquarters in Chrystal City, VA and attended Howard University part-time as a co-op student with the Department of Defense in Washington, D.C. He also gained experience working as a part-time dock worker at the Port of Houston and worked as a longshoreman and warehouseman during holidays and weekends.
After attending Prairie View A&M University, Haggerty earned his Doctor of Jurisprudence from South Texas College of Law. He made the Dean’s List and was a member of BLSA and the NAACP Redress Clinic. While earning his law degree, Haggerty worked full time as plant engineer and O&M supervisor. He was responsible for power and steam sales to world-class energy customers on a 24/7 basis.
"My mother was an entrepreneur. She owned multiple beauty shops in the Houston area. I watched her build the business from the ground up. Her tenacity helped me to gain legal experience in the corporate world. Now, that I have that knowledge, I've come back to my mom's world to help small businesses and entrepreneurs."