Even in the cut-throat world of business, there are enforceable standards of fair play. If your business has been wronged, or you have been accused of wrongdoing, the Law Office of Paul R. Clevenger can provide the legal representation you need. I draw on more than 30 years of business litigation experience to perform comprehensive case management in business tort cases. If a negotiated settlement is in your best interests, I protect your interest and work tirelessly for a favorable result. But when the case must go to trial, my firm goes fully prepared to fight and win. I understand that any threat to your business or your reputation is a very serious matter, so I work closely with you, not only to gather information necessary to deliver the desired result, but to give you peace of mind throughout the process.
Businesses in Texas and throughout the United States have significant legal protection from injurious behavior by unscrupulous rivals. Behaviors that give rise to a civil cause of action include:
Whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant in a business tort case, the outcome of the litigation will have a significant impact on your business. You need a business litigation attorney you can trust to manage the complexities of the case and pursue a fair resolution.
Remedies available in business tort cases depend on the specific type of wrongful behavior, but can include:
I provide both plaintiff and defense representation in business tort cases. I will initially work closely with you to get a deep understanding of the facts of your matter. After analyzing the facts and the law, I then provide you with my candid evaluation of the case, along with suggested strategies. Throughout the legal process, including any necessary appeals, I am fully dedicated to delivering the best possible result.
The Law Office of Paul R. Clevenger provides effective representation in business tort cases. Call me today at 469-212-9764 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation. My office is in northeast Dallas at 6510 Abrams Road, close to the White Rock Creek Greenbelt.