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Skilled Business Litigation Protects Your Business

There is one personal financial theory that translates to the business world; the more you have, the more you have to protect. If you have a successful business, you probably have a greater need for skilled business litigation lawyers.

There are a lot of skilled people businesses need. There are department heads, proven people managers and skilled workers. The most valuable person, however, might be an attorney who understands business law. If you face business disputes in your small to mid-sized business in Dallas, Fort Worth or in Texas, call the law offices of Stephen Kaplan, P.C.

Business Issues Can Become Legal Problems If Not Addressed

Business relationships change and litigation is frequently needed. Regardless if you are facing a dispute from an employee, a business partner, another business or a government agency, our skilled litigator can help you protect your business interests.

We can help with:

  • Breach of fiduciary duties
  • Business buyouts/divorces
  • Business dissolution
  • Business disputes
  • Bylaws
  • Contracts
  • Dispute resolution
  • Drafting/enforcing employment policies
  • Employment disputes
  • Insurance/insurance claims
  • Intellectual property protection
  • Nonprofit organizations
  • Noncompete clauses
  • Partnership disputes
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Trade secret protection
  • Risk management

Accomplished Litigation And Proven Negotiation Skills

Everyone, whether they are trying to overcome personal issues or complex business disputes, wants to hire the best attorney possible. Our founding attorney, Stephen Kaplan, has managed Texas laws for businesses for more than 40 years.

We are also offer arbitration and mediation and out-of-court dispute resolution. Attorney Kaplan and our staff will meet with you to discuss your goals for your business. Together, we will decide the which options will help you achieve your goals.

The Four Step Business Litigation Process

  1. Consultation. Discussion of the facts of your case.
  2. Filing. The initial filing with the court. It includes discovery (collection of evidence and information).
  3. Trial. Each side presents their case before the court.
  4. Post-trial. Motions of appeals and collection of the final judgment.

Proven Experience Getting Positive Results

Business problems can be be complex, time consuming and costly for businesses. If not addressed quickly and efficiently through litigation, they can impact your business’s reputation and future. The sooner you hire an accomplished business litigation attorney, the sooner the process begins and the sooner it will be resolved. Visit our contact page or call our offices at 214-346-6048.

How can we help you?

Unless otherwise indicated, attorneys listed in this site are not certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.