Waddell Serafino Geary Rechner Jenevein, PC | Law Firm in Dallas, Phoenix and Las Vegas | Business and Commercial Litigation
   Dallas 214-979-7400 
        Phoenix 602-666-8410 
         Las Vegas 702-331-8470
          Houston 281-934-7678
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Practice Areas

Business and Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation matters are highly consequential, so they demand top-quality legal representation to properly pursue and protect your interests and offer immediate action and counseling.  We manage a wide variety of business disputes for clients ranging from family-run businesses to multinational companies, including financial institutions, private equity firms and venture capital firms with assets and interests in Texas.  

Because of the vast experience of our commercial litigation attorneys, they think strategically and economically in pursuing your best interests.  Our team has decades of experience in courtrooms throughout Texas. We are renowned for our litigation skills as well as our successes using alternative dispute resolution methods.

Whether you seek our services to negotiate, litigate, arbitrate or mediate a dispute, we will provide you with comprehensive and proactive services. We do not define ourselves as either aggressive or passive. Rather, we operate in your firm's best interests and employ a strategy that is customized to your unique needs and objectives.

In our robust subrogation practice, we represent banks, lenders, insurance companies and surety companies. We will help you navigate complex subrogation laws across jurisdictions, mitigating liabilities, maximizing benefits, litigating claims and enforcing judgments as necessary.

We handle a broad range of litigation involving:
  • Business disputes
  • Breach of contract
  • Business disputes in divorce
  • Deceptive Trade Practices Act (DTPA) claims
  • Declaratory judgment actions
  • Noncompetition agreements
  • Real estate litigation
  • Subrogation
  • Wrongful termination of franchisees or distributors
  • Fraud in transactions
  • Products liability