Texas business litigation Lawyer, Jason Coomer handles a variety of commercial litigation cases including breach of contract claims, business fraud claims, business ownership & joint venture disputes, commercial development disputes, business probate litigation, and intellectual property litigation. He represents clients from Texas, the United States, and Around the World including technology developers, patent owners, trade secret owners, partners, managers, executives, independent contractors, businesses, and other interest holders. He is an experienced litigator and is admitted to practice in all Texas State Courts and in Federal Court (Western District of Texas). In handling large commercial litigation cases, he commonly works with other lawyers from Texas, other states, and other countries to ensure that his clients are well represented. His firm and his legal teams are also often able to take large commercial disputes on contingent contracts or hybrid contracts.
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Texas Business Litigation Lawyer Jason Coomer works with clients from throughout the United States and the World on Texas business litigation. In doing so, he understands that many businesses and individuals require contingent contracts to properly litigate their cases. As such, he commonly reviews large business litigations cases to determine if he and his co-counsel can take a case on a contingent or a hybrid contract. In reviewing these cases, he needs to be able to review sufficient evidence that to show that there is a likelihood to win significant damages if he and/or his co-counsel take a case. In handling large contingent business litigation cases, he commonly works with other Business Litigation Lawyers throughout the United States and the World.
Texas Business Intellectual Property Litigation Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer, helps business owners and inventors protect their assets from theft of trade secrets, patent infringement, corporate espionage, dishonest employees, breaches of contract, breaches of fiduciary duty, and unfair corporate competition by seeking compensation for damages, exemplary damages, and litigation costs from businesses and individuals that have committed wrongs. For more information on this topic, please go to the following web site: Intellectual Property Litigation Lawyer.
Texas attorney Jason Coomer was part of a litigation team that defeated a fraud, breach of contract, and misrepresentation commercial development claim for over $20 million in a large commercial litigation trial. In coordinating efforts with other Texas commercial real estate litigation lawyers, the business litigation team was able to protect their clients from aggressive business litigation attorneys thereby protecting millions of dollars in assets as well as future profits for an investment group that owns a large commercial development.
Jason Coomer is an experienced litigator that is well versed in the law and familiar with the use of multimedia technology in complicated litigation. He is a former Chair of the Council Chairs for the State Bar of Texas leading all other section Chairs including the Chairs of the Business Law Section, Corporate Counsel Section, and the Real Estate, Probate, & Trust Section. He is also a former Chair of the Computer & Technology Section of the State Bar of Texas as well as several Technology Committees for several bar associations. He has been a Speaker at several State Bar of Texas Continuing Legal Education Seminars including the Annual Meeting, Bar Tech, and the Advance Personal Injury Seminar. He has spoken on the use of technology in litigation as well as has been published in the Texas Bar Journal and Texas Realtor Magazine on technology and legal issues. He is familiar with a wide variety of Real Estate Law, Commercial Law, Business Law, Computer Law, Property Law, and other complex legal issues.
Texas Business Fraud Lawyer, Jason Coomer defends Texas businesses who have been accused of fraud, misrepresentation, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, real estate fraud, corporate malfeasance, theft of trade secrets, and other business litigation claims. When another party has filed a business fraud claim or breach of contract claim against you, it is important to have a powerful advocate on your side to review the claims, help you gather proof to defeat or minimize the claims, and to protect your business and assets. Texas attorney Jason Coomer was part of a litigation team that defeated a fraud, breach of contract, and misrepresentation commercial development claim for over $20 million in a large commercial litigation trial. In coordinating efforts with other Texas business fraud lawyers, the business litigation team was able to protect their clients from aggressive business fraud attorneys thereby protecting millions of dollars in assets as well as future profits for an investment group that owns a large commercial development.
Texas Business Fraud Lawyer Jason Coomer also works on the plaintiff side of business fraud and misrepresentation claims to represent businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals that have lost money from wrongful and fraudulent acts of businesses, corporate directors, business owners, and dishonest individuals. Depending on the fraud and the extent of damages, business fraud lawyer Jason Coomer is able to work with Texas businesses, entrepreneurs, and individuals to determine the best course of action to seek and prove damages. He has been part of litigation teams that have obtained over $10 million for his clients.
Texas business litigation Lawyer, Jason Coomer handles commercial litigation including breach of contract claims, fraud claims, business ownership & joint venture disputes, commercial development disputes, and intellectual property disputes. He represents clients through negotiations, arbitrations, mediations, and trials. If you need an Austin business litigation attorney or an Austin attorney to advise you on business development, litigation, or disputes, contact Austin business litigation lawyer Jason Coomer.