Steve Litke uses his large law firm and in-house experience to provide legal services on a broad range of corporate and transactional matters. His diverse experiences gained over a 20-year legal career have included advising public and private companies, private equity firms, medical practitioner groups, high net worth individuals, entrepreneurs, business owners and nonprofit organizations in complex transactions as well as day-to-day business affairs.
Steve’s practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, federal and state securities laws, entity formation, corporate finance, joint ventures, licensing, technology and other intellectual property transactions, commercial contracting and general corporate matters. His clients have included companies engaged in manufacturing, insurance, energy, technology, healthcare, education services, publishing and communications, among others.
Prior to joining the firm, Steve served five years as general counsel of a middle-market technology and education company based in Fort Worth. Prior to that, Steve was a partner in the corporate and securities section of a large Texas-based law firm, where he advised clients on corporate transactional matters for nearly thirteen years. Steve began his career as a staff attorney with the Enforcement Division of the Securities and Exchange Commission. In addition to his legal practice, Steve has served as an adjunct professor of mergers and acquisitions at Texas A&M University School of Law for three years.
- Business and Corporate
- Estate Planning
- General Counsel Services
- Intellectual Property and Technology
- Labor and Employment
- Mergers and Acquisitions
- Oil and Gas Law
- Real Estate
- Selected as Top Attorney in Fort Worth (2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011) by Fort Worth, Texas magazine
- Graduate, Leadership Fort Worth Class of 2008-09
- Life Fellow, Texas Bar Foundation
- Life Fellow, Tarrant County Bar Foundation
University of Tulsa College of Law
-Phi Delta Phi
-Tulsa Law Journal, production editor
Texas Christian University, accounting