Litigation and Arbitration

Litigation and Arbitration


The commercial-litigation attorneys at Griffith Davison help clients make smart business decisions regarding litigation strategy and solve complex business problems and disputes through a broad range of dispute-resolution and litigation services. Recognizing the time and expense associated with litigation, our experience allows us to formulate appropriate litigation strategies that are both effective and cost-sensitive.

Our litigation experience is extensive. The firm’s trial lawyers are successful both in the courtroom and in arbitration. Our trial lawyers regularly handle cases in both state and federal courts and arbitrate cases under both the Texas and Federal Arbitration Acts.

The collective experience of our litigation attorneys includes trying cases involving a broad spectrum of issues including:

  • Partner/shareholder disputes
  • Officer and director liability issues
  • Real estate & real property-related disputes
  • Employment issues
  • General business litigation (including a wide range of contract-based disputes)
  • Oil and gas/energy disputes
  • Product liability and premises liability

In addition to advocating our clients’ interests before judges, juries, and arbitrators, the firm’s litigation attorneys also have extensive experience in various methods of alternative dispute resolution. We are committed to, when appropriate, utilizing alternative dispute resolution procedures to achieve efficient resolutions to complicated commercial litigation matters. In the event a resolution or settlement is not achieved, Griffith Davison’s trial lawyers are well prepared to vigorously advocate our clients’ interests.

Griffith Davison 2024 Best Lawyers Award
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Construction Law Firm Griffith Davison Selected to Chambers USA 2023
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