Texas Contingent Business Litigation Lawyer and Texas Patent Litigation Lawyer Represents Businesses, Inventors, and Investors on Contingent and Hybrid Contracts by Texas Contingent Business Litigation Lawyer Jason S. Coomer
It is extremely common for a business owner, inventor, or investor to suffer a significant loss from the theft of intellectual property, a breach of contract, a business tort, or other illegal act, but not have sufficient resources to seek proper legal recourse for the loss or damages that they have suffered. In these situations, a lawyer that accepts contingent cases is typically needed to work on the case. Sometimes, especially in business litigation situations, it can often be difficult to find a good lawyer or law firm to take a case on a contingent contract. Many lawyers and law firms are risk adverse and prefer to only handle cases on an hourly basis. This aversion to risk forces many damaged or injured clients to forgo legal action or have to accept the entire risk of litigation.
However, some lawyers and law firms will review Texas Business Litigation Cases for potential contingent contracts or hybrid contracts. In reviewing cases for a potential contingent contract, these lawyers and firms will have to review sufficient evidence to determine that the case has merit and has significant damages to justify taking the risk of a contingent or hybrid contract.
Texas Contingent Business Litigation Lawyer and Texas Patent Litigation Lawyer, Jason Coomer, has represented businesses, inventors, and investors on contingent and hybrid contracts. He handles a variety of complex business litigation including Theft of Intellectual Property and Patent Infringement Lawsuits, Texas Business Tort Lawsuits, Texas Real Estate Investment Fraud Lawsuits, Texas Investment Fraud Lawsuits, Texas Business Dissolution Lawsuits, Texas Inherited Business Lawsuits, Texas Oil Investment Fraud Lawsuits, and Whistleblower Reward Actions.
For information regarding a specific type of case, please feel free to send an inquiry to Texas Contingent Business Litigation Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer.