14090 Southwest Fwy, Suite 300
Sugar Land, TX 77478
T:(281)340-2050 • F:(281)340.2052


Our firm has handled numerous litigation matters, from small cases involving consumer’s rights to much larger, complex business litigation. Most of our clients are corporations, other business entities or sole proprietorships. However, our firm maintains a philosophy that justice is not only for businesses, corporations and institutional clients. We constantly strive to serve our clients’ interests with integrity and discretion and remain focused on what will achieve the best results for our clients. This obviously means different things for different clients. Therefore, an individualized, outcome-driven strategy is planned and executed for every client’s case. Douglas Koger has over 20 years of experience in state and federal court litigation. His experience also includes hearings before state and federal administrative boards and mediation and arbitration proceedings and mediation. Examples of the types of litigation, appeals and/or administrative hearings Douglas Koger has handled include:

  • Construction Disputes (Commercial and residential)
  • Breach of Contract
  • Employment and Labor Relations matters
  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Tortious Interference with Contractual and Business Relations
  • Negligence and Negligent Misrepresentation
  • Partnership and Business Dissolution
  • FraudTexas Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA) cases


We offer legal assistance in buying, selling, leasing and developing real estate. We also help clients negotiate and draft contracts for construction or remodeling of homes, offices and warehouses.


Our firm offers services in connection with estate planning and the probate of one’s last will and testament in court. For clients with large estates, proper planning can save significant sums of money in estate, gift and/or inheritance taxes. In those circumstances we may work closely with other counsel that specialize in estate and tax planning matters. Our personal knowledge of our client’s business and personal needs can be invaluable in the planning process and insuring that subsequent transactions remain consistent with the plan. If they have not done so, we encourage all clients to see an attorney, whether at our firm or not, to make the necessary plans and prepare the correct legal documents to be used in the event of serious or incapacitating illness, as well as death.


We offer legal counsel to entrepreneurs and existing companies in virtually all legal aspects of operating a business from start up to exit strategies. We help clients with choosing a form of business entity, and buying, selling or merging with other businesses. We also advise clients in the many legal and business issues that arise in the course of operating a successful enterprise. This area of practice also frequently involves aspects of employment law, financing arrangements, and intellectual property law.