HOUSTON BUSINESS LITIGATION LAW FIRM

Business litigation in Texas state and federal district and appellate courts.  Since 1995 the firm has represented companies suing or being sued on claims of breach of contract, fraud, negligence, theft of trade secrets, tortious interference, non-compete agreements, conversion, insurance policy disputes, and an array of other commercial, constitutional, and statutory claims.

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The firm has represented technology companies, manufacturers, oil and gas companies, drilling companies, pipelines, laboratories, software companies, shipyards, engineering companies, construction companies, trucking companies, packaging companies, transportation companies, IT companies, insurance professionals, management companies, churches, doctors, lawyers, engineers, and a pharmaceutical company.

The firm also has extensive experience representing businesses from throughout the United States and foreign countries who have been sued in Texas.  Often the first defense for such companies involves challenging the Texas court’s jurisdiction. The firm has won dismissals based on lack of jurisdiction for many foreign corporations that have been sued in Texas.  For example, the firm recently won dismissals for a Tennessee company, a New Jersey company, a Massachusetts company, a Florida company, a Pennsylvania company, and a California doctor.  If your company has been sued in Texas, we may be able to help. 

As an initial matter and without charge, an attorney is usually able to talk to prospective clients about whether their dispute is such that the firm could provide representation.  If it is, the firm’s representation is always based upon either a written hourly or contingent fee agreement.

The Dietrich Law Firm is a professional limited liability corporation located in the River Oaks Tower, 3730 Kirby Dr., Suite 1175, Houston, Texas 77098. The Firm is close to Houston's downtown, Upper Kirby District, Rice University, Texas Medical Center, and Greenway Plaza.

713.830.7687








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