Why did I create the Texas Hospitality & Non-profit Law Center, PLLC?
Updated: May 31
I want to focus my practice on the hospitality and non-profit industries because those are the industries that I am passionate about. I am intimately familiar with those two industries from the time before I became a lawyer. And during my legal career, I have continued to support those industries.
The ability to work with my ideal clients—the amazing people and organizations in the hospitality and non-profit industries—is what motivates me to get out of bed each morning. I am eager to help those people and organizations grow and succeed. In most cases, these are small businesses and organizations with big dreams to nourish their communities. I'm honored to support their dreams.
I believe that the hospitality and non-profit industries deserve an attorney who is part of the team, not just a vendor providing legal services. I want to know why my client's business or organization exists. What is the purpose of the business? What is the cause the organization is fighting? And what are the owner/founder's underlying beliefs? All of this information provides me with the opportunity to best serve my client. Whether that be as an advocate during contract negotiations or as a cheerleader when talking to others who might benefit from my client's services.
The Texas Hospitality and Non-profit Law Center, PLLC is not competing against other law firms. I am competing against myself. I am continually striving to make my legal services better than they were yesterday. I focus on making my clients happier than they were yesterday.
If you want me on your team, then I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to speak with you.
John B. Reyna, J.D., LL.M.