Commercial Litigation

Perhaps one of the most difficult business decisions is when to sue. At other times, there is no decision to be made – you have been sued. In either case, your attorney choice is critical to the cost and outcome of the case. How do you choose a commercial litigation lawyer when there are so many out there? You need an attorney with experience, who is ethical, successful and is willing to vigorously defend your interests. Jack’s qualifications are exemplified by his Board Certification in Civil Trial Law in the State of Texas and his AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell.

A proper analysis of the claim and the proper handling of the case is essential to a satisfactory outcome. This analysis comes from years of experience. When you have a claim, the first action Jack Kuykendall will always take is to determine if a resolution of the claim is possible without litigation. This could include communication with the other side, and may even include mediation before the suit is filed. If litigation is necessary, Mr. Kuykendall will aggressively pursue your claim. During the litigation process, Mr. Kuykendall will push every advantage ethically available, and will work toward a resolution of the case taking into account the client’s goals, whether to minimize costs, to settle the matter, or to defend or pursue the client’s position through trial.

During his career, Mr. Kuykendall has handled many different types of commercial cases, including:

  • Contract claims
  • Partnership disputes
  • Construction disputes
  • Real Estate disputes

Employment disputes including covenants not to compete and misappropriation of trade secrets claims, as
well as retaliation claims and discrimination claims

  • Deceptive Trades Practices
  • Homeowners and condominium issues
  • Collection issues
  • Issues involving the Uniform Commercial Code
  • And any number of other business issues

He has represented numerous types of corporations and individuals, including:

  • Banks
  • Construction companies
  • Developers
  • Public entities
  • Environmental companies
  • Engineering firms
  • And numerous other companies