At Hicks Thomas LLP, we have extensive experience litigating complex business disputes at the highest level. Our Texas business litigators appreciate how important it is to understand your business so that we can devise strategies that make sense, and we have the skills and experience needed to ensure the best possible outcome for your business.
Working closely with our clients, Our Texas business litigation attorneys regularly handle lawsuits and arbitrations concerning:
- Business transactions
- Partnership and joint venture agreements
- Purchase and sale agreements
- Financing agreements
- Securities and investment agreements
- Insurance and indemnity agreements
- Joint operating agreements
- Commercial and oil and gas leases
- Confidentiality agreements
- Trademarks and service marks
- Trade secrets
If you are involved in a high-stakes or high-profile business litigation matter, contact Hicks Thomas LLP today to speak with a representative of our Texas corporate litigation law firm.
Alternative Dispute Resolution
If the parties involved in the dispute are willing to amicably resolve the matter, our business litigation lawyers in Texas can help negotiate through alternative dispute resolution. In fact, your business contract may require that you initially attempt mediation or arbitration prior to taking the issue to court.
Here is some additional information on the two methods:
The process of mediation involves the two parties within the dispute and a third-party mediator. The mediator is intended to be a neutral party who will listen to the arguments of both sides and facilitate a resolution that works for both parties.
If both parties can agree, they will then follow the terms set forth in the settlement agreement.
If your business contract includes arbitration provisions, this means that you give up your right to litigation and must rely on arbitration for a resolution. During this process, the disputing parties will appear before a panel of arbitrators. Each party will present their case as they would in court and the arbitrators will make a final binding decision on the matter.
You should have a business litigation attorney present to represent you during the arbitration.
Our Texas Business Litigation Lawyers Can Help
Whatever your business dispute, our firm has the knowledge, skill, and experience to handle it, which is why Hicks Thomas LLP has been nationally recognized by Chambers USA, Benchmark Litigation, and Best Lawyers® Best Law Firms for business litigation, and so many of our business litigators have been selected for inclusion in Super Lawyers®.
If you are involved in a high-stakes or high-profile Texas business litigation matter, contact Hicks Thomas LLP today to speak with business litigation attorneys near you.