Legal action in Texas can take a lot of different forms. That's a good thing because there are no two cases alike and that means that there could be any number of routes to reaching an optimal outcome. Finding the right one for a given business dispute depends on weighing a lot of factors.
For example, one important question worth asking is how long of a history the two parties involved in the dispute have. If it is long-standing, there may be a lot of motivation to try to make sure that the rift causing the dispute doesn't turn into a chasm that destroys the good will that has been created over time.
If that's the case, it may be less advantageous to pursue aggressive litigation right off the bat. Rather, there might be greater value in trying to resolve things through alternative means such as negotiation or mediation. If contractual obligations allow for arbitration, that might be a better course to follow.
At the same time, if issues in the dispute have reached a level where going to court is the only means to reaching terms that deserves to be on the table for consideration.
Because of the various resolution options and the importance of achieving the best possible outcome, you want counsel on your side with breadth of experience across all avenues. That is something the team at Vincent Serafino Geary Waddell Jenevein, P.C., represents.
If you are facing business-related legal challenges, whether they involve a smaller family-owned business or a large corporation, we invite you to contact us to discuss your needs to explore possible solutions.