What Is Commercial Litigation?

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Commercial litigation is a legal proceeding involving business matters. When there is a disagreement between business parties or because of a third party and a lawsuit is threatened or actually filed then the potential lawsuit and all the activities associated with the lawsuit is called commercial litigation.

What Are Examples of Commercial Litigation?

  • I am part-owner of a Texas business. One of my partners is threatening to take me to court, claiming that I “cooked the books” and cheated him out of the proceeds of our business. His claim is completely untrue.
  • I hired a carpenter for woodI own a company and my company is being sued. The case has little or no merit but I don’t know what to do with the lawsuit.work in my house. We agreed on using a specific type of wood which would last long but I have no idea that why he has used a cheaper type of wood which would not last long. I feel like I have wasted all the money and time in getting this done.

  • Mr. A started a restaurant with Mr. B where Mr. A committed on making the investment and Mr. B committed on providing physical presence and services. Mr. A made the investment, paid a few vendors and now Mr. B informed him that he had applied for a job from where he has received the offer letter so he will not be available. As per the agreement Mr. B without the consent of Mr. A cannot stop the performance of their agreement so it will be considered as Breach on Mr. B’s part.

  • I own a business and my customers are not paying my invoices. I will need to file suit to collect for my products and services.

  • I own a company and my company is being sued. The case has little or no merit but I don’t know what to do with the lawsuit.

What Are The Most Common Cases Of Business Litigation?

The most common cases reported under the definition of business litigation are:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Fraud
  • Misrepresentation
  • Wrongful Discharge
  • Abuse of Process
  • Deceptive Trade Practices
  • Criminal Conversion
  • Fiduciary Duty Abuse
  • Breach Of Warranty

We at the law office of Jim Zadeh, the Dallas and Fort Worth attorney Personal Injury Lawyer have been providing assistance to Texas residents in regards to the Commercial or Business Disputes.

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