Commercial Litigation

Recognized by U.S. News & World Report
and Best Lawyers®

National Tier 3, Commercial Litigation

Metropolitan Tier 1, Dallas/Fort Worth
Commercial Litigation

Gardere’s commercial litigation attorneys are seen as trusted advisors throughout the entire trial process, offering the legal insight and industry expertise needed to effectively represent our clients in court. Whether it’s a swift injunction proceeding, class action or complex financial dispute, we are in the business of giving our clients the chance to prevail.

Our team is expert in handling business and commercial litigation matters, including:

  • Antitrust, securities and other federal statutes
  • Assorted business fraud claims
  • Bid disputes
  • Business divorces
  • Consumer protection and privacy issues
  • Contract disputes
  • Energy
  • Environmental cases
  • Franchising
  • Hospitality
  • Insurance disputes
  • Lender liability
  • Litigation arising under ERISA and other tax disputes
  • Real estate
  • Trusts and estates litigation

We know how to staff a case to avoid waste and unnecessary expenses. Our team leverages technology to bring big firm expertise at boutique firm prices. We can also provide alternative fees to bring predictability to your litigation budget. Most importantly, we are not afraid to bring cases to trial – and your competition knows it. 

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