- Creditor’s Rights Law
- Civil Trial Advocacy
- Credit Management
- Creditors in bankruptcy proceedings
- Collecting Judgments: So You’ve Got a Judgment, Now What?
- Never Trust the Trustee
- Too Many L’s, P’s, and C’s
Douglas Brent Wells, J.D.: Whether you are the plaintiff or the defendant, litigation can adversely impact your business objectives and your bottom line, or even the continued viability of your company.
With everything at stake, you need prudent legal advice and vigorous representation, especially if the lawsuit escalates to courtroom litigation.
An experienced trial attorneys represent businesses in commercial and civil litigation.
Douglas Brent Wells, JD., can help you assess your options and make informed decisions consistent with your goals.
He is comfortable trying cases to a judge or jury when it makes business sense to do so, but he is sensitive to non-litigation methods such as settlement, mediation or arbitration, and consider them to be strategic tools in an arsenal.
Contract disputes and breaches of warranties
Claims involving products and services
Partnership and shareholder disputes
Deceptive trade practices (DTPA) and business torts
Lender liability and foreclosure defense
Insurance coverage disputes
Real estate, land use and landlord-tenant disputes
Liens and judgments