If you are dealing with any type of business dispute or legal matter, it is imperative that you consult with a skilled attorney. Business litigation is often an expensive and drawn-out affair, which is why you should entrust your litigation matters to proven legal professionals, who can effectively advocate on your behalf both in and out of the courtroom.
Hardy, Parish, Yang, LLP has a team of skilled litigators who have handled multiple lawsuits, arbitrations and mediations across the U.S. HPY attorneys work hard to formulate effective legal strategies that keep your interests in mind. Above all, we put our client’s best interests front and center.
We try to help our clients avoid disputes and/or to solve disputes before a lawsuit is filed. We do this by working closely with the client, listening carefully to the client’s perspective, using the negotiating skills honed through decades of experience and working to develop creative and practical solutions to resolve issues early. But we also understand that sometimes formal litigation is necessary to resolve business disputes. In those instances, HPY is ready to fight for your rights in the courtroom or in arbitration.
Our attorneys work hard to formulate effective legal strategies that keep your interests in mind. We work to find efficient and effective ways to promote your interests. Our attorneys are results oriented and our achievements are not measured in billable hours, but by our client’s successes.
We understand that business litigation can often be very expensive. That is one reason why, in appropriate circumstances, HPY offers contingent fee, fixed fee, and/or mixed contingent / hourly fee options. Unlike many large firms, HPY can be flexible on fees. We will explore with you the alternative fee arrangements that best fit your needs.
Like you, we at Hardy, Parish, Yang, LLP favor quick and effective resolutions. When it comes to business disputes, we have found that effective solutions can often be reached outside of litigation, and will always opt to save you time and money via mediation and other arrangements when possible. As trial lawyers, however, we are also more than willing to pursue a case through trial when needed.
At Hardy, Parish, Yang, LLP, our business attorneys are well-versed in business litigation matters such as (but not limited to):
- Breach of contract disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty disputes
- Disputes involving non-compete clauses
- Disputes involving fraud claims
- Partnership disputes
- Deceptive advertising claims
- Unfair competition claims
- Disputes involving other business torts
We serve our clients all across the United States.
The following are a few examples of cases our lawyers have been involved in handling:
- Represented plaintiff landowners in dispute with oil company that polluted the ranchland on which the defendant conducted oil and gas operations. Claims for breach of contract, environmental contamination and for improper delivery of radioactive pipe to landowner. After years of litigation and a 3-4 week arbitration, obtained a judgment in excess of $26 million for the client.
- Represented plaintiff game developers in suit against game publisher for breach of contract relating to milestone payments due and unpaid and for breach of royalty agreements. After initiation of arbitration proceedings, the matter was resolved favorably to client
- Defended start up and its CEO in a suit filed by a former employee who claimed that, before the start up went public, the company and CEO promised the employee stock. Plaintiff alleged fraud and breach of contract. After one week arbitration trial, obtained complete victory for the client.
- Defended company and its CEO in a major arbitration trial in which multiple investors sought millions of dollars, claiming the clients breached fiduciary duties and committed fraud and breach of contract in the management of the investment partnerships.
- Represented individual plaintiff against defendant partnership, it’s employees and other partners who defrauded plaintiff out of millions of dollars in an investment scheme and spent money on property and other items for defendants’ personal benefit. Sued for breach of contract, fraud, conversion, breach of fiduciary duty, conspiracy and constructive trust. Forced defendants into bankruptcy and recovered some assets.
- Represented manufacturer of recycling equipment in suit for breach of multimillion dollar contract for moneis owed for goods and services provided.
- Representation of mail order company in investigation brought by Texas Attorney General. Negotiations resulted in successful resolution for client with no claim brought by Attorney General.