Contract, Fraud and Fiduciary Litigation

Contract, Fraud and Fiduciary Litigation

Murr Law has tried and handled cases over contracts as varied as partnership agreements, stock purchase agreements, and equipment manufacturing agreements.

The firm has obtained substantial recoveries for parties harmed by breaches of fiduciary duty, including investors, trust beneficiaries, corporate victims of embezzlement, and minority shareholders and noncontrolling partners.

Businesses and business relationships are commonly built on contracts. Making sure that contracts are accurate, clear, and enforced properly is essential to the growth of any company, no matter how big or small. When contractual obligations are not met, not only might your enterprise suffer, but also your livelihood and the livelihood of your employees may be put in danger.

This is why the Houston law firm of Murr Law wants to help you with any contract disputes you may be facing. Attorney George Murr has more than 20 years of experience in business law, and we can act as a legal consultant who will carefully guide you through your case.

What Causes Contract Disputes?

Most often, contract disputes arise when one party to the contract fails to fulfill his or her legal duty to meet the legal obligations of the written agreement. These are broad terms, and for every kind of contract or legal agreement an enterprise can deal with, there is the potential for a dispute that could affect your business.

Attorney Murr is ready to help you assess any dispute concerning:

  • Nondisclosure agreements
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Real estate agreements
  • Partnership agreements
  • Licensing agreements
  • Shareholder agreements
  • Distribution contracts
  • Commercial lease contracts

Not all contract disputes make it to court. In fact, many issues can be resolved through negotiation and litigation. In some cases, individuals may be able to work with the offending party and succeed in achieving a resolution. There are times when it is necessary to take a contract dispute to court.

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