CIVIL LITIGATION

The term civil litigation is a broad phrase that refers to a legal dispute between two or more parties that seek money damages or specific performance. Civil litigators like Nickols & White, PLLC, represent parties in trials, arbitrations and mediations before administrative agencies, and federal, state, and local courts. Common types of civil litigation include environmental law, housing law, products liability, intellectual property, labor and employment, property disputes, contract disputes and antitrust disputes.

  • ASSAULT
  • BREACH OF CONTRACT
  • BREACH OF FIDUCIARY DUTY
  • BREACH OF IMPLIED WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE
  • BREACH OF IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
  • CONVERSION
  • DECEPTIVE TRADE PRACTICES ACT
  • DEFAMATION
  • FALSE IMPRISONMENT
  • FRAUD
  • INTENTIONAL INFLICTION OF EMOTIONAL DISTRESS
  • INVASION OF PRIVACY
  • NEGLIGENCE
  • NEGLIGENT MISREPRESENTATION
  • PREMISES DEFECT OR PREMISES LIABILITY
  • PROMISSORY ESTOPPEL
  • QUANTUM MERUIT
  • SWORN ACCOUNT
  • TRESPASS TO REAL PROPERTY

If you are facing a civil lawsuit or need to initiate a civil lawsuit, call the attorneys at Nickols & White, PLLC at (682) 250-4242 for a free, private case evaluation.