We help entrepreneurs build and protect their American Dream.

Our commitment to you is to provide high-quality legal services at a reasonable cost given the facts and circumstances of your matter. If we ever let you down, please call us immediately at (817) 769-4044 so we can make it right.

Meet the Team

Here are some of our practice areas.

Contracts and Business Support

Contracts are at the operational core of businesses in the C-Store industry. Our lawyers draft and negotiate agreements for a broad range of commercial transactions ranging from the routine to the complex. We work with our clients to understand the business deal and to counsel on appropriate risk mitigation strategies.


We have successfully resolved disputes between C-Store owners and former partners, vendors or employees dealing with questions of ownership, contract rights or non-compete agreements. Through strategic negotiations and courthouse battles when warranted, our lawyers have achieved exceptional results for our clients.

Purchase and Sale

Gibson Herod Law has represented dozens of buyers and sellers in in the purchase, sale or lease of commercial real estate all over Texas. Our lawyers are skilled at negotiating terms, amendments and assignments that are favorable to our C-Store clients.

Why choose
Gibson Herod Law?

Former Dallas County trial judge David Gibson and his team have more than two decades of experience advising C-Store owners, operators, and jobbers. We understand the unique challenges of the C-Store industry and have the real-world experience necessary to guide you through legal challenges and take advantage of opportunities as they arise. We solve your legal problems at a reasonable price and unlike a lot of law firms, we’ve been there and done that, so you won’t have to pay us to learn the industry.

Meet the Team

Contact Gibson Herod Law

Arrange a consultation with an experienced C-Store lawyer by calling (817) 769-4044 or send us an email.

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