Commercial Litigation: Texas Is No Stranger To Corporate Disputes
Boasting an annual gross domestic product (GDP) value of over $1 trillion, many Texas businesses resort to commercial litigation to solve disagreements. Litigation is not always the most expedient method to settle all business conflicts. However, corporate litigation as a business’s final resort can effectively resolve business disputes.
What Is Commercial Litigation?
Commercial litigation is the process of resolving lawsuits between businesses in court. The general process requires filing or responding to a petition, written discovery, settlement demands and depositions for disputed issues involving corporate law. While too numerous to list here, among the business disputes that corporate litigators handle are:
- Trademark, service mark and trade dress disputes
- Breaches of contract
- Bad faith insurance claims and insurance coverage
- Business torts
- Real estate litigation
- Partnership and member conflicts
- Construction disputes
Attorney Samy Diab is an experienced corporate litigator. He provides knowledgeable counsel and representation for businesses throughout the state.
Recovering Damages Through Commercial Litigation
The damages available in your commercial dispute will vary according to the type of case. Breaches of contract cases, for example, may yield different damage awards from intellectual property disputes. The following are among the damages a commercial litigator may recover:
- Lost profits
- Payment for benefits received
- Unjust enrichment
- Damages written into and agreed upon in a contract
- Contract rescission or reformation
The damages available in your case will depend on the nature of the dispute. Mr. Diab will protect your business interests and help your business achieve the optimal result in commercial litigation.
Contact Diab Law Firm, PLLC, For A Free Consultation
Attorney Diab provides trusted counsel, advice and representation so your business can thrive. Call or complete the online form for a free consultation to discuss the damages available in your case. See our Commercial Litigation FAQ page for brief informational answers to frequently asked questions.