Texas Business Litigation Lawyer
Strategic Legal Solutions For Business
Business litigation disputes require strategic and effective legal strategies. At Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law, we offer legal representation for businesses facing virtually any type of business dispute, such as business fraud, misappropriation of business ideas, business interference, and more.
When parties in a business dispute cannot come to an amicable solution through negotiation, litigation is the next step. Our firm is prepared to help your business navigate the legal process ahead; simply call our office today to schedule your free first consultation with a member of our team.
Common Business Litigation Cases
- Partnership Disputes – Disagreements between business partners are the most common form of business dispute because they encompass a wide range of unique scenarios. In many cases, these disputes are the result of a weak partnership agreement.
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty – A breach of fiduciary duty occurs when one entity fails to act in the financial best interest of another entity, when it is the first party’s responsibility to do so. In order to have a valid case, fiduciary obligation must exist between one party and the other.
- Contract Disputes – These disputes involve transaction contracts (such as a contract for the supply of goods), finance and loan agreements, or commercial agency agreements. Contract disputes can also involve intellectual property contracts or leases.
The Right Legal Representation Is Crucial To Your Business’ Case
Whether you’re facing a partnership dispute or an intellectual property disagreement, Waltman & Grisham Attorneys at Law can provide the legal plan your business needs. We bring more than 30 combined years of legal experience to the table, and our legal team is known for its longstanding reputation of successful results.
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Waltman & Grisham
Serious Injury, Civil Trial, Family Law
1470 Copperfield Parkway
College Station, TX 77845
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