Commercial litigation involves a range of legal options available in the body of law that applies to the rights, relations, and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade, and sales. That area known as commercial law includes transactional activities such as the writing of contracts, and negotiation of leases and sales.
Dallas law firm Johnston Tobey Baruch steps in when business transactions go bad. Our ideal attorney-client relationship is serving a company or family as an outside litigation department brought in as needed to handle the commercial litigation in the courtroom and in settlement negotiations.
“A great civil trial lawyer is like a skilled general surgeon,” says Randy Johnston. “We understand the court system just as the surgeon understands the body. We can apply our abilities to a number of fact situations and, as a team, we have the know-how to present the facts in the best light for our clients.”
Over the years, Johnston Tobey Baruch has gained a strong reputation for its representation of individuals and small business clients who have been financially damaged by lawyers, accountants, money managers, and business partners. We are champions of the little guy who is most often the plaintiff in legal actions.
But that does not tell the entire story. While we represent individuals, we are just as likely to handle cases for large corporations, insurance companies, and high wealth families. Anyone can be a plaintiff harmed by the bad behavior of professionals, fiduciaries, and investment advisors.
Johnston Tobey Baruch stands ready to step in and litigate the matter at hand. Contact us. We have a proven track record when it comes to commercial litigation in Dallas and the surrounding areas.
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