Business Litigation and Employment Claims

Published on March 28, 2013   Trevor A. Taylor

Business Litigation

The Law Office of Trevor A. Taylor handles a wide variety of business and employment litigation.  Trevor Taylor started his law practice in a large commercial law firm in Houston.  He has experience representing large and small businesses in their commercial litigation matters.  He has handled cases involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, securities fraud, and other claims for his business clients.

 Because of the boutique nature of his practice, Mr. Taylor is willing to explore a variety of fee arrangements, based on the nature of the claim.  In addition to the traditional hourly fee arrangement, Mr. Taylor has handled business cases on contingent fee, a hybrid (contingent/reduced hourly rate) fee, as well as fixed fees.

If you have a business or commercial litigation matter, contact The Law Office of Trevor A. Taylor for a FREE consultation.

Employment Claims

The Law Office of Trevor A. Taylor has experience representing employees in a range of employment matters.

Texas is an at-will employment state.  That means that as a general rule, an employer can fire an employee with or without just cause.  There are, however, some reasons for termination that are prohibited by law.  An employer cannot fire an employee because of race, national origin, gender, or age.  An employer cannot terminate an employee because she got pregnant.  An employer cannot retaliate against and employee for reporting violations of law in the workplace.

Many employment claims require administrative complaints to state or federal authorities before proceeding to court.  Failure to timely file the administrative claim can sometimes bar the later pursuit of the claim.  So if you think you have been wrongfully terminated, speak with a lawyer promptly to avoid forfeiting your legal rights.

If you have an employment claim, contact The Law Office of Trevor A. Taylor for a FREE consultation.

 

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