Trusted Business Litigation Counsel
Protection from a Seasoned The Woodlands and Spring Texas Business Law Attorney
Texas has a long tradition of protecting businesses in the marketplace from actions that undermine our community’s efforts to foster a vibrant, fair, and robust economy. Our AV Preeminent® Rated partner attorneys, Mark Wham and Rene Rogers, are proud to take part in that tradition at our firm Wham & Rogers, PLLC. Over the course of more than 60 combined years of legal experience, our team has shielded businesses from unfair competition, fraud, misrepresentation, theft of trade secrets, and other actions that not only threaten the trajectory of our clients’ businesses, but the livelihoods of countless employees who work to make those businesses a success.
If you are a business owner facing a complication that cannot avoid the courtroom, then it is time to contact us today. An experienced The Woodlands and Spring business litigation lawyer is ready to hear from you. You have a right to counsel and to seek the services of a qualified business litigation attorney.
How Wham & Rogers, PLLC Can Help
The number serious issues that can threaten a business are varied and extensive. At Wham & Rogers, PLLC, our business litigation clients can rest assured that our board certified attorneys have the experience and knowledge to take on any legal issue they may be facing.
Our team is prepared to handle:
- Restrictive covenants and unfair competition
- Intellectual property violations
- Contract disputes
- Employment disputes
- Shareholder/partnership disputes
- Franchise disputes
- Business disparagement
- Professional malpractice
- Real estate disputes
- Construction disputes
Board Certified Personal Injury Lawyers
Wrongful Use Of Your Confidential Business Information — Restrictive Covenant Violations And Unfair Competition
Your customer lists, pricing information and the bids in your current “sales pipeline” are all considered to be your confidential business information or intellectual property under Texas law. If your competitor has hired away salespeople or other key employees, it is not uncommon for former employees to use confidential business information in competition against you. The law in our State protects you against such unfair competition.
When a competitor compensates your former employee for the unauthorized use of your confidential business information, State law provides a strong remedy in the form of a commercial bribery cause of action.
Our lawyers can help you prevent and stop unfair competition, and we can help you take legal action to enforce noncompete agreements.