If your business-related dispute has reached a point where resolution seems impossible, litigation may be unavoidable. Whether you have a conflict with a business, lender, customer or among shareholders, having effective, experienced legal guidance can provide you with the edge needed to resolve the situation to your and perhaps each party’s satisfaction.
To ensure the best possible results for the client, a firm needs to be willing to take a case all the way to trial while looking for ways to settle the issues in the client’s best interest. Many business law lawyers avoid the courtroom, but at David Samuel Brown Law Firm, we have built a reputation for credibility in the courts and in the legal profession, and that reputation aids our success. Our business and commercial litigation work has encompassed motion practice, bench and jury trials, and even appeals where necessary, in Texas State courts and Federal court.
Cases we have successfully pursued in court include those involving:
- Defense of Lender Liability Claims
- Enforcement of lenders’ rights against delinquent borrowers
- Breach of contract
- Construction disputes
- Suits against Banks for violation of agreed short sales and contracts
- Actions by subcontractors against contractors
- Lawsuits by contractors, subs and suppliers against property owners
- Shareholder derivative suits
- Mortgage foreclosures
- Bankruptcy adversary proceedings
- International Fraud
- Debt Collection Suits
- Insurance litigation
- Sales representative suits
Our thorough preparation and understanding of all of the facts is essential to our trial work, and that effort yields real results for our clients. We do not take cases with the idea that we will settle – we take litigation cases with litigation in mind, and we try cases to win.
To learn more about how the firm can accommodate your business law needs, please call 214-696-3100 to schedule an appointment with an attorney. Prospective clients may also reach the firm via e-mail through the contact form or at the attorney’s email addresses.