Despite careful formation of agreements, contracts, warranties and employment practices, commercial enterprises often find themselves entangled in a variety of disputes. When conflicts arise, there is no substitute for seasoned and experienced legal counsel to guide you in resolving points of contention.
With a diverse commercial-litigation practice, The Nacol Law Firm PC, has built a reputation for steadfast protection of our clients’ interests. We represent a variety of businesses in the Dallas–Fort Worth metro area, including construction, manufacturing, sales and entertainment companies; homeowners associations; municipalities; school districts; and other government entities.
Examples of commercial litigation cases Mark A. Nacol handles are:
- Breach of contract
- Unfair competition
- Violation of trade secrets
- Breach of non-disclosure agreements
- Construction claims
- Partnership issues
- Shareholder disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Officer and director liability
- Lender liability
- Regulatory compliance issues
When you bring us your problem, Mark Nacol takes a practical approach and works with you to set reasonable objectives. After evaluating the circumstances surrounding the business conflict, we will explain the legal remedies available and help you weigh the cost benefits of litigation. While initiating a suit might be your first reaction in the heat of the moment, litigation is not always the best solution. Prolonged courtroom battles not only disrupt your daily operations but also take a toll on finances and damage business relationships. With an eye to protecting your business interests, Mark Nacol makes every effort to craft innovation solutions or resolve your dispute through mediation or arbitration. If we face an uncompromising opponent, we are always prepared to aggressively present your case to a jury of peers.
At The Nacol Law Firm PC, our firm represents clients before administrative agencies and in trials and appeals in Texas state and federal courts, including U.S. Tax Court and the U.S. Supreme Court.