Professional Malpractice

Throughout Texas and the United States, accountants, law firms, bank officers, insurance and securities brokers-dealers, and others charged with breach of duties, including general partners and independent members of boards of directors, are our clients. Gardere’s professional malpractice attorneys are widely experienced in the defense of fiduciary and malpractice claims throughout professional services. We have tried and arbitrated alleged corporate fraud, mismanagement, shareholder oppression, and other securities litigation issues representing corporate officers and board members, as well as their accountants and attorneys. Our malpractice group has defended numerous trustees, administrators, and their attorneys in contested estate matters. The team has defended clients in the legal field against state bar grievance proceedings and has also handled contested evaluations of numerous offshore properties, gas supply contract disputes, and cogeneration pricing and gas exchange agreements.

The knowledge and expertise our professional malpractice attorneys have attained is supplemented through the leveraging the resources of our full-service firm which allows us to call on specialists in other substantive areas to assist when necessary.

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