Business Litigation Assistance
Businesses are among the most valuable assets an individual can own. Because of this, they often become sources of contention between partners, shareholders, employees and employers, and other parties that contribute to operations. Although many disputes are resolved internally, some become so heated that they necessitate litigation, which can significantly disrupt a business’s operations and finances if not handled properly. If you have a business litigation matter and want to prevent it from becoming drawn out and costly, get in touch with an experienced Texas business litigation attorney.
At Williams & Brown LLP, for many years, we have helped clients resolve their complex business affairs in an efficient and satisfactory manner. Let us do the same for you. Our excellent legal team will maximize their efforts in your stead so you can continue focusing on your business operations rather than on burdensome legal processes. For more information on how our firm can help you and your business, please call us today toll-free at (888) 741-6200.
The Different Types of Business Litigation in Texas
No matter how large or small, all businesses involve multi-level considerations when it comes to finances, management, exchange of goods, production, and other operational factors. Our attorneys know how to handle a wide variety of business litigation cases, including the following:
- Breach of contract
- Fraudulent inducement
- Intellectual Property Disputes
- Corporate theft
- Product liability
- Partnership and shareholder disputes
- Banking law and lender liability
- Commercial lease disputes
- Employment disputes
If so desired by all involved parties, we can help you resolve your dispute through alternative resolution procedures, such as arbitration; however, if litigation is unavoidable, then we will fight aggressively for you in court without hesitation.
How Long Will My Business Litigation Process Take?
The length of any civil case, whether between individuals or associates within a business, depends on the nature of the dispute and the circumstances surrounding it. If both you and the other party have a strong opposition to one another, then chances are your case will take months, even years if the dispute is especially heated. Also, the more parties there are involved in a case, the longer it may take before a resolution is reached. Fortunately, an attorney with a deep knowledge of business litigation can help move proceedings along at a faster pace without sacrificing the goals of the client.
Preserving Your Most Vital Assets
The Board Certified attorneys at Williams & Brown LLP consistently produce positive results for our clients. It is not uncommon for us to achieve seven-figure, even eight-figure settlements in successful cases. To learn more about your legal options, contact our office by dialing (254) 741-6200. You can also fill out an online contact form.