A Proven Remedy For Resolving Business Disputes
Business torts typically raise complex legal issues of contract interpretation and insurance coverage litigation.
At Hubble & Pistorius, we understand the applicable interpretive rules and related standards governing the admissibility of evidence. We also know that when a contract is in dispute, the question of available remedies is key. That knowledge — combined with the attention to detail, thoroughness, and dedication to quality we exhibit in all of our work — has helped us to establish ourselves as one of the premier trial firms in Texas.
Be part of a 30-year tradition of winning. Call either of our Texas law offices or contact us online for a free consultation with attorney John Hubble regarding your business tort concerns.
Contract and business disputes we handle often arise in a broader context, and frequently involve business tort claims involving:
- Partnership disputes
- Shareholder disputes
- Investor lawsuits
- Antitrust violations
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Breach of non-disclosure agreements
- Breach of non-compete agreements or non-solicitation agreements
- False advertisement
- Business fraud
- Infringement of intellectual property rights
- Insurance litigation
- Intentional interference with contract
- Invasion of privacy
- Negligent hiring
- Negligent misrepresentation
- Slander and libel
- Unfair competition
Factors to consider in evaluating and approaching these types of business tort claims include the availability of injunctive relief, the extent to which consequential damages can be proven, whether the far broader range of tort remedies may be available, and the possibility of recovering legal fees.
From initial consultation through the highest levels of the appellate process, our litigation experience informs our role as counselors. We know that litigation may not always be the preferred alternative for our business clients, and that when appropriate, we counsel our clients to seek a business resolution, whether through informal negotiation or a more formal alternative dispute resolution practice such as arbitration or mediation.
However, we also recognize and respect the fact that circumstances sometimes dictate a more aggressive approach. In those instances, you can rest assured that we have the trial and appellate experience necessary to take a case to the jury and beyond — and to win.
Statewide Representation and Results
For answers to other questions you may have about business torts, or your legal rights and options — please call one of our office locations in Texas, or contact us online for a free consultation with business attorney John Hubble.