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Employment Contract Disputes in Texas

Protecting Your Rights in a Contract Dispute

Throughout the course of employment, contracts will often solidify an agreement between employers and employees. Executive contracts, non-compete agreements, non-disclosure and severance agreements are critical to protecting the interests of both parties. At The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C. in Fort Worth, Texas, we have extensive experience in representing both plaintiffs and defendants in employment contract disputes. From negotiation and settlement through trial, we are prepared to protect your rights.

Forward-Looking Resolutions for Businesses and Employees in Fort Worth

Whether you are seeking a quick settlement to protect the long-term interests of your business or you are an employee with new opportunities, we understand that timing is of the essence. We will take a strategic approach to review your contract, assess your rights, determine your obligations and work toward the best possible outcome. At every stage, you can trust that your interests will be at the forefront of every decision and every legal action we take on your behalf.

Our Fort Worth employment contract disputes attorneys are experienced in cases involving:

Trusted Counsel and Dependable Advocacy

Our lawyers focus on finding cost-effective resolutions for every client and every case. You can trust that we will remain attentive to your case and will work tenaciously to meet your needs. We are highly qualified with extensive experience handling even the most complex trials and litigation. In addition to our reputation for results, we are also recognized for our level of service and personalized client commitment.

For an initial consultation directly with our Tarrant County executive contract litigation attorney, please call 817-348-6723 or contact us by e-mail. We invite you to take action as soon as possible to protect your rights involving family law or a civil dispute.