Paul C. Sewell

 

Paul C. Sewell

Partner

Direct:   (214) 397-1909

Cell:      (214) 793-2628

Fax:       (214) 220-0230

Email:   psewell@kjllp.com

 

Paul C. Sewell is a partner in the law firm of Krage & Janvey, L.L.P.  Mr. Sewell specializes in commercial law representing the interests of his clients who range from small business entrepreneurs to multimillion dollar entities.  Mr. Sewell’s expertise in commercial transactions includes: general counsel and day-to-day business operations; negotiating terms and conditions of sale under the Uniform Commercial Code; business acquisitions, structure, and exit planning strategies; mergers and acquisitions; real estate matters, including purchases and sales of golf courses, oil, gas, and mineral properties, income producing and other commercial properties, commercial and retail leases, and property tax protests; transportation and trucking company representation; and commercial lending transactions, including complex working capital, real estate, and oil and gas leases.

 Mr. Sewell has been instrumental in the transfer of business ownerships and participated in complex financing structures to secure debt; participated in overseas lending transactions; negotiated and documented accounts receivable financing transactions on both the borrower and lender sides of the transactions; and negotiated, documented, and performed the work on real estate transactions both within and outside the State of Texas.

 Mr. Sewell graduated from The University of Texas at Austin (B.B.A. 1993) with a degree in marketing.  He graduated Cum Laude from Baylor University School of Law in 1996 (J.D. 1996).  While at Baylor Law School, Mr. Sewell served two terms as Executive Editor of the Baylor Law Review.  Mr. Sewell has also authored and co-authored three published Law Review articles.

  • Roger S. Braugh, Jr. and Paul C. Sewell, Equitable Bill of Review: Unraveling The Cause of Action That Confounds Texas Courts, 48 baylor l. rev. 624      (1996);
  • David M. Guinn and Paul C. Sewell, Miller v. Johnson: Redistricting And The Elusive Search For A Safe Harbor, 47 baylor l. rev. 896 (1995)
  • Paul C. Sewell, One Member Short:  The Texas Employment Commission Cannot Decide Disputes, 47 baylor l. rev. 881 (1995).

 

Mr. Sewell is admitted to the State Bar of Texas.

 Areas of Practice:

Commercial Law

Mergers and Acquisitions

Real Estate Matters

Oil and Gas Matters

Commercial Lending Transactions

 Bar Admissions:

Texas

 Education

Baylor University School of Law, Waco, Texas 1996 J.D.

Honors:  Cum Laude

Law Review:  Baylor Law Review, Executive Editor

The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, 1993 B.B.A.
Major:  Marketing

Published Works:

Roger S. Braugh, Jr. and Paul C. Sewell, Equitable Bill of Review: Unraveling The Cause of Action That Confounds Texas Courts, 48 baylor l. rev. 624, 1996

David M. Guinn and Paul C. Sewell, Miller v. Johnson: Redistricting And The Elusive Search For A Safe Harbor, 47 baylor l. rev. 896, 1995

Paul C. Sewell, One Member Short:  The Texas Employment Commission Cannot Decide Disputes, 47 baylor l. rev. 881, 1995

 Past Employment Positions:

True & Sewell, LLP (1996–1999)
Sewell & Anderson, LLP (1999–2005)
Madden Sewell, LLP (2005-2010)
Krage & Janvey, LLP (2010–Present)