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Texas Breach of Contract Litigation Attorneys

Texas Breach of Contract Litigation Attorneys

Siebman Law routinely represents corporations and business owners who are involved in contract disputes and claims involving tortious interference. Our legal team has extensive experience in complex business dispute cases. We work to resolve disputes in an efficient and effective manner to minimize the impact that these claims can have on a corporation or a business.

Siebman Law  has been providing seasoned representation for Texas businesses for more than 25 years. Our firm understands the complexities of business law and we will work tirelessly to ensure that clients’ interests are well represented and protected.

Tortious Interference Claims

Tortious interference is a legal term involving wrongful behavior that negatively interferes with the business or financial rights of a corporation or a business owner. There are a number of actions that may rise to the level of tortious interference, including disturbance of an existing contract, poaching of existing clients or employees through wrongful means, and actions that are designed to defame or libel a business.

Our lawyers at Siebman Law provide extensive experience handling these difficult cases. Every case is unique and the outcome will be determined by the facts specific to a particular situation. Our firm will take a close look at your situation and let you know what claims or defenses you may be able to raise in these types of disputes, or we will formulate defenses when charges are brought against you.

Breach of Contract Claims

The Texas business dispute lawyers at Siebman Law can handle breach of contract claims in both state and federal courts. Our firm will both file and defend against claims in an effort to protect a business’s valuable interests.

Our firm also handles non-compete contract litigation cases when there is an issue concerning non-compete agreements or other employment law claims.

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