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Business & Real Estate Litigation

All of the attorneys of Seltzer, Chadwick, Soefje & Ladik, PLLC are well-versed in the types of claims which can be litigated by or against businesses, agents, employees, members, owners and partners. These claims include:

  • Auto and Trucking Accidents

  • Breach of Contract

  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty

  • Business Disparagement

  • Common Law Fraud

  • Computer Crime

  • Debt Collection

  • Deceptive Trade Practices

  • Dram Shop

  • Fraud in Real Estate & Stock Transactions

  • LLC Member Disputes

  • Misappropriation of Trade Secrets

  • Negligent Misrepresentation

  • Partnership Disputes

  • Premises Liability

  • Product Liability

  • Property Damage

  • Racketeer Influenced & Corrupt Organizations Act ("RICO") Violations

  • Shareholder Disputes

  • Theft & Conversion

  • Title Disputes

  • Tortious Interference with Contract

  • Toxic Torts & Environmental Claims

  • Unfair Competition

  • Wrongful Death


Claim Resolution & Litigation

The firm provides legal representation to businesses, agents, members, owners and partners before and during litigation. The firm's attorneys are knowledgeable regarding the procedures in the following litigation forums:

  • Arbitration

  • Texas State and Appellate Courts, including the Texas Supreme Court

  • U.S. District & Appellate Courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court

  • U.S. Bankruptcy Courts

TRO's & Injunctions

Often, the harm caused by actionable conduct cannot be adequately remedied by damages.  Under such circumstances, only injunctive relief can prevent harm.  The firm's attorneys have extensive experience in federal and Texas courts seeking such injunctive relief, including temporary restraining orders ("TRO's"), temporary injunctions and permanent injunctions.      

Frivolous Litigation

Each of the firm's attorneys possesses extensive and quality experience in responding to frivolous business litigation.  Amongst the motions and pleadings filed in response to such litigation are the following:


  • Anti-SLAPP Motions under Chapter 27 of the Texas Civil Practices & Remedies Code

  • Counterclaims under the Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act

  • Motions under Rule 11 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

  • Motions under Rules 13 and 215 of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure

  • Motions under Chapters 9 & 10 of the Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code 

  • Motions under 28 U.S.C. 1927.

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