Business and commercial litigation disputes can be extremely complicated. When you need help with business related issues such as a breach of contract, employment dispute, disputes over non-compete clauses and more, an attorney at Stephens, Anderson & Cummings can help.
Our team of highly trained attorneys have the knowledge to fight for your rights and the resources to fully litigate your claim.
Don't delay. Learn more about your legal options and find out how we can help.
Types of Litigation Cases
Some of the business and commercial litigation cases we handle include:
Contract Disputes: Cases when someone fails to honor a legal contract between two or more parties.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty: Fiduciary duty requires an entity to act in the best interests of the individual they are working with. When an individual breaks that bond, it is a breach of fiduciary duty. Duties and responsibilities between individuals are based on the nature of their relationship. Business partners owe each other fiduciary duty; financial advisors owe their clients fiduciary duty. Additionally, breach of fiduciary duty extends to a person who treats someone they have a contract or business arrangement with differently than those they have no such arrangements with; an example of such behavior would be insider trading. When an individual breaches that duty, it can lead to financial damages.
Business Disputes: Disputes between people or companies involved in a business partnership.
Defective trucks, cars and motorcycles put everyone at risk when they're out on the road. When an automobile manufacturer fails to ensure that their vehicle is safe for consumer use, the consequences can be very serious.
Every year, millions of Americans are injured or killed by defective products. At Stephens, Anderson & Cummings, we believe that corporations that make unsafe products should be held responsible for their actions.
When an employer fails to have workers compensation insurance, the injured employee may be dealing with non-subscriber litigation. We can help you determine what your legal rights are.
If you or your loved one has suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you're not alone in your frustration facing hospital bills, lost wages and the stress of a potentially life-altering injury affects hundreds of thousands of people each year.
Contact our Knowledgeable Litigation Lawyers
Whatever type of business or commercial litigation dispute you may be dealing with, our lawyers are ready to help you. Attorney Jason Stephens holds a masters degree in business management, attorney Seth Anderson passed all sections to the Certified Public Accountant exam on the first sitting, and attorney John Cummings is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Whether your dispute arose in Texas or Oklahoma, our business and commercial litigation attorneys can provide legal counsel that best fits your business needs. When a legal matter that you or your business is facing is important, an experienced litigation lawyer can explain your options and represent you with your best interests in mind.
Depending on the nature of your claim, Stephens, Anderson & Cummings can handle your claim on a contingency fee basis, hourly rate or on a blended fee arrangement.
If you or your business has a dispute, contact us at (877) 920-9009 to schedule a free case review.