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Houston Business Litigation & Arbitration Attorney

Conflicts and disagreements are commonplace in the volatile business landscape. When these disputes escalate, they can threaten the foundation of your business and its future prospects. Understanding how to protect your business in the face of litigation is critical to defending your business interests and continued success. Fortunately, a business litigation and arbitration attorney can help you navigate these disputes efficiently and effectively. 

At Fahl & Donaldson, our arbitration attorneys have decades of experience and a proven track record of legal success. We represent clients across Texas and provide them with unparalleled counsel, litigation, and guidance to help them achieve their business goals. When you retain our services, you can trust us to tailor our services to your unique business needs. 

How Can a Houston Business Lawyer Help? 

You and your business face many challenges. An experienced Houston business litigation lawyer can assist you in minimizing legal and financial risk by making informed decisions around formation, operations, employee management, and dispute resolution.

For decades, Fahl & Donaldson’s business litigation attorneys have served as litigation counsel and general counsel to businesses and individuals throughout Texas and nationwide. We provide solutions for businesses and individuals engaged in the following industries:

  • Design and construction of industrial and manufacturing facilities and commercial buildings
  • Civil public works projects
  • Maritime-related projects
  • Power generation plants and transmission facilities
  • Energy and chemical: refining and chemical processing plants and pipelines
  • Hospitals, schools, churches, and multi-family residential projects

Our extensive experience representing businesses and individuals as general counsel and in arbitration and litigation makes us the “go to” firm to protect your company’s best interests both inside and outside of court. We provide reliable and exceptional legal guidance so you can focus on your business’s success.

When Is Business Litigation Necessary?

While many business disputes can be solved through negotiation, some must be escalated to reach a resolution. If communication has broken down between the two parties, and negotiations and other alternative dispute resolution methods have not yielded any results, your attorney may recommend litigation. Litigation may become necessary in some common business disputes under the following circumstances:

  • Breach of contract: When one or more parties fail to hold up their end of a contract, you may have grounds to sue for damages. Breach of contract disputes are the most common type of business litigation.
    • Non-compete disputes: If an employee signs an agreement to not work for a competitor for a certain amount of time and does not keep their promise, an attorney can help you pursue a lawsuit for monetary compensation. 
  • Insurance coverage disputes: Insurance coverage disputes may arise when an insurer denies a claim. Different perspectives, misleading language, exclusionary clauses, and other factors may all lead to litigation.
  • Personal injury or product liability claims: If your company makes a product or employs drivers, accidents may occur and cause injuries. When this occurs, a business litigation attorney can protect your rights before and during trial, should one become necessary. 

This is not a complete list and there are several other disputes that may require litigation. Fortunately, an experienced attorney from Fahl & Donaldson can help you avoid lawsuits and protect your rights when litigation occurs. We have more than 100 years of combined experience and are ready to use our experience and skills to fight for your business. 

Business Conflicts

In every business, conflicts are inevitable. A simple disagreement can quickly evolve into a complicated high stakes business dispute that requires litigation. Whether you are suing another party or you are being sued, the team at Fahl & Donaldson will use our vast experience to devise a strategy to achieve your best outcome. When you find yourself facing a legal dispute, our experienced arbitration and litigation attorneys are here to protect your business’s financial interests. Our attorneys will inform you of your options and expertly guide you every step of the way. We will zealously advocate for your interests both inside and outside of the courtroom.

At Fahl & Donaldson, we help businesses and individuals resolve disputes in the following areas:

  • Non-compete agreements and litigation
  • Contract preparation, contract analysis, and contract disputes
  • Lease disputes
  • Breach of contract
  • Trade secrets
  • DTPA; deceptive trade practices
  • Defending or pursuing injunction relief

With litigation comes risk. We know the life of your business may depend upon the success of your case. Therefore, we will thoroughly review the details of your case and develop a strategy supported by solid legal arguments and supporting evidence.

Proven Business Litigation Defense

The attorneys at Fahl & Donaldson successfully defend businesses, principals, and stakeholders involved in high-risk operations as they face serious claims for property damage and/or personal injury. 

Businesses count on us for guidance and counsel when the stakes are high. Our Houston business litigation and arbitration lawyers have valuable experience and exceptional knowledge paired with a passion to fight aggressively for our clients’ best interests.

Contact the Skilled Attorneys at Fahl & Donaldson to Discuss Your Business Litigation Needs

It is imperative you discuss your case with a proven litigation attorney in a timely manner.

Our attorneys are trial proven litigators with the skills, knowledge, and resources to achieve a successful outcome for you.

Fahl & Donaldson take pride in being forthright and responsive with our clients. We know they have placed their trust in our firm to achieve their best outcome and we take that responsibility extremely seriously.

Call 346-241-7355 for a confidential discussion with one of our Houston corporate attorneys or complete our contact form today.