Kenneth M. Krock concentrates his practice in advising and representing clients in business and commercial litigation involving real estate, construction, bankruptcy related disputes, financial institutions, and employment disputes. His experience includes:
-Advising and representing owners, developers, landlords, property management companies, sellers, buyers, general contractors, subcontractors, construction equipment lenders, real estate professionals, lenders, and others in the real estate rea industry in various disputes
-Employment matters including claims for violations of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements, wrongful termination, discrimination, retaliation, and misappropriation of confidential information and trade secrets
-Matters involving landlord/tenant issues, collection actions, foreclosure, design and construction claims
-Partnership disputes, securities and investor claims, and franchisor/franchisee disputes
-Financial litigation involving fraud, mortgages, asset-backed securities, and other complex real estate financing transactions
-Representing debtors, creditors, shareholders, and litigation trusts and trustees in bankruptcy litigation including equitable subordination, constructive trust, fraud, insurance recovery, claims objections, fraudulent transfer, and lender liability
-Monetizing claims for estates, litigation trusts and trustees including claims against directors and officers, claims against vendors, fraudulent and preferential transfers, and other claims
Mr. Krock has experience representing parties in litigation in State and Federal courts at the trial and appellate levels, as well as debtors and creditors in various bankruptcy courts. Prior to forming his current firm, Mr. Krock was a shareholder of Nelkin, Nelkin & Krock, P.C., in Houston, Texas and a partner at Haynes and Boone, LLP.
April 14th, 2022 | 52 mins 50 secs
Today, our guest host David Spray is joined by Ken Krock, founding partner of Houston law firm, Rapp & Krock.
Ken talks about how being crystal clear on their culture has been a big reason for their flourishing growth and how implementing EOS, the Entrepreneur Operating System, contributed to the firm tripling in size over just the last three years.
Although Ken is a hard-nosed litigator, he also reveals a softer side by sharing his ever-growing realization that relationships are all that matters at the end of the day.
This is an interesting insight into a full-service law firm serving owners and officers of Houston-based businesses with revenues in the $5-50 million range.