The Texas Business Litigation Attorneys of Banner, Briley & White If a business partner or vendor has reneged on a
The Texas Business Litigation Attorneys of Banner, Briley & White
If a business partner or vendor has reneged on a commitment and cost you a substantial sum of money, or if a competitor has appropriated your intellectual property, you have a business dispute on your hands.
Can a positive outcome be negotiated? Or is the last resort of commercial litigation a foregone conclusion?
In Wichita Falls and throughout north Texas and Oklahoma, the lawyers who can generate a practical, lasting solution to your contract dispute — so you can return to the smooth operation of your business — are Banner, Briley & White.
Our firm resolves commercial disputes and represents both individuals and businesses in various types of business litigation. Our practice is centered in north-central Texas, but we can and do handle matters in other parts of the country as well.
Let’s sit down and discuss how we can help you. Contact our Banner, Briley & White law offices at 866-492-9554, toll free.
Skillful Negotiation, Aggressive Litigation That Protects Your Rights
Commercial disputes or business torts arise in a wide range of circumstances, including:
- Interference in a business relationship
- Partnership disputes
- Wrongful freeze-outs
- Breach of contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Breach of contract for shareholder and employment agreements, real estate and construction contracts, insurance policies, bankruptcy proceedings, warranty claims
- Infringement of copyright, patent, trademark, trade secret and intellectual property
- Business fraud
People and businesses enter into contracts every day and the breach of an important contract can have a significant impact on a company’s business objectives. Banner, Briley & White attorneys help companies involved in contract disputes assess their options and make decisions consistent with their goals. We have dealt with contract litigation in a broad spectrum of transactions and businesses