Business Litigation

Freeman Law represents clients in complex civil litigation, including fraud, breach-of-contract, fiduciary duty, and other disputes. With a background in white-collar litigation—both civil and criminal—Freeman Law is uniquely positioned to represent clients in matters involving embezzlement, fraudulent transfers, fiduciary breaches, and other complex financial disputes.

Business Lawyer & Commercial Litigation Attorney

Freeman Law’s skilled trial counsel regularly resolve sophisticated business disputes, representing clients in courthouses and arbitration throughout Texas and across the country. Many matters entrusted to us require managing outside factors and mitigating collateral consequences, such as parallel regulatory investigations. We offer skilled and practical insight to navigate our clients and their causes during high-stakes disputes.

Business Dispute Representation

Freeman Law’s representations include disputes involving a variety of claims, such as breaches of fiduciary duty, business torts and other commercial disputes, partnership disputes, misrepresentation, deceptive trade practices act (“DTPA”) violations, tortious interference, extortion, Texas Theft Statute violations, civil conspiracy, and cyber and computer violations.

Business and Regulatory Representation

In an evolving and increasingly complex business environment, businesses face unprecedented challenges and risks. Our attorneys offer sound legal counsel and strategy based on a deep understanding of business and regulatory principles.

Business Litigation Attorney

At Freeman Law, we are different. Our firm’s founding vision of exceptionalism permeates throughout our litigation and trial practice. Our dedicated professionals are driven by uncompromising attention to detail and a desire to exceed expectations. At Freeman Law, we seek solutions in the boardroom and provide dedicated, principled and forceful advocacy in the courtroom.

Freeman Law represents clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Schedule a consultation or call (214) 984-3410 to discuss our business litigation services.

Business Litigation FAQs

Q. What Is “Business Litigation”?

A. Business litigation mostly entails disputes related to or stemming from business transactions between individuals or companies. The essence of business disputes involve some kind of contract (oral, written, or statutory obligations) that could arise from a tenancy, a sale of goods or sale of services.

Q:What Does a Corporate Litigator Do?

A corporate litigator is a lawyer who represents businesses or corporations when they are involved in lawsuits. Corporate law may include a number of legal skills such as accounting and tax law, contracts and mergers law, securities law, and tort law.

Q. Why Is It Crucial To Hire An Attorney For Business Litigation?

A. Experienced litigation attorneys recognize problems and opportunities and recommend appropriate courses of action. Contract terms are examined to determine the validity of the Case . With the assistance of a litigation attorney a business owner can weigh the benefits and risks of deciding to resolve it by way of negotiated settlement or dispute the claim. Our lawyers are trained to evaluate the evidence on both sides of the issue and spot evidence that may tip the scales in favor of the client or determine ways to minimize the effect of the less favorable evidence. Our experienced trial attorneys find ways to put the evidence in the light most favorable to their clients. We understand and can explain the probable course of litigation to help the client plan the steps necessary to the most favorable outcome.

Q: What Types of Business Disputes Does Freeman Law handle?

A: We work with businesses facing a wide range of business disputes including:

  • Civil Litigation 
  • Breach of Contract
  • Trademark Infringement
  • Breach of Contract
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Partnership Disputes
  • Fraud
  • Bad Faith
  • Unfair Competition
  • Insurance Coverage Disputes/Denial of Coverage
  • Real Estate Litigation
  • Securities Litigation
  • Commercial Oil and Gas Litigation
  • Theft of Trade Secrets
  • Trademark Infringement
  • Patent Infringement and Patent Disputes
  • Other Business and Commercial Disputes

Q: Can Business Litigation Help Me If Someone Accuses My Company of Unfair Trade Practices?

A: An accusation against your company of unfair trade practices or  of unethical business practice is a serious issue that requires professional attention and a speedy resolution. When a party has made untrue allegations against your organization, We can can analyze the claim against your company and prepare a solid case to defend it. Prompt legal action can potentially protect your company’s reputation.

Q: How Does Civil Litigation Relate to Business Litigation?

A: Business that do business with the public could  face lawsuits from the consumers who use their services and/or goods. A individual may file a (Civil) lawsuit against a company due to an injury from a defective product, the company’s unethical or illegal operations, an intellectual property claim, or the company’s failure to disclose important safety information about their products and services.

Q: What Should I Do If My Business Is Facing a Class-Action Lawsuit?

A: A class-action lawsuit is a legal action that allows multiple plaintiffs with similar damages to all file a joint lawsuit against the same defendant. If your company faces a class-action lawsuit due to a defective product, misleading advertising, or another issue, contact Freeman Law to review the case against you and determine your best available defenses against the class-action suit.

Q. What Are Some Of The Biggest Mistakes Business Owners Make?

A. The biggest mistake Business owners make is failing to put down the obligations of parties in writing related to a transaction and the failure to preserve and organize the critical documents related to a transaction. Next is failing to have an attorney prepare, or review, a critical contract before signing it. Many disputes could be avoided if the terms were drafted by an attorney who is trained to avoid uncertainties and ambiguities.