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Campbell Harrison Dagley, L.L.P. - Houston, TX

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Updated 12/20/2012
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4000 Two Houston Center
909 Fannin Street
Houston, TX 77010-1010


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    Campbell Harrison Dagley, L.L.P. Law Firm Overview

    Campbell Harrison & Dagley is a Houston law firm of experienced trial lawyers with a proven record of results representing both plaintiffs and defendants in a broad range of complex cases. Our value to our clients is demonstrated by our ability to produce outstanding results in a timely and cost-effective manner in a vast array of high-stakes legal challenges. Thorough preparation, aggressive advocacy and strategic insight and counseling based on decades of experience are the hallmarks of our litigation practice.

    Our firm has successfully prosecuted and defended cases involving contracts, banking, construction, business torts, trust and probate matters, accounting and legal malpractice, fiduciary duty, securities, class actions, trade secrets and other intellectual property, oil and gas, partnership disputes, employment and employee benefit claims, and deceptive trade practices. In addition to handling traditional civil litigation and appeals, we also represent our clients in arbitration proceedings and mediated settlement conferences.

    Our clients include individuals, investors, and business owners, as well as public and private companies. We represent our clients under traditional hourly fee and contingent fee arrangements depending on the nature of the case and our clients’ preferences.

    For more information about our firm, please contact us.

    Practice Areas

    • Business & Commercial Law
    • Contracts
    • Intellectual Property Law
    • Legal Malpractice
    • Probate & Estate Administration
    • Trademarks
    • Trusts
    • Oil & Gas
    Campbell Harrison Dagley, L.L.P. Attorneys

    Campbell Harrison Dagley, L.L.P. Attorneys

    Campbell, Justin M. III Goss, Suzanne E. Waters, T.H. III
    Dagley, John L. Harrison, Robin L.
    Fair, Kenneth J. Tipper-McWhorter , Katie
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    4000 Two Houston Center
    909 Fannin Street
    Houston, TX 77010-1010

    Phones

    713-752-2332

    Faxes

    713-752-2330

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    Trade Secrets and Intellectual Property
    We represent plaintiffs in cases to establish and enforce these intellectual property rights, and defendants against whom claims of trade secret misappropriation or breach of confidential relationships are asserted.

    Contract Claims
    We represent plaintiffs and defendants in contract cases arising out of banking and other financing arrangements, company mergers & acquisitions, real estate transactions, oil and gas operations, construction, executive comp agreements, and more.

    Trust and Probate Litigation
    We handle a broad range of contested trust and estate matters, including probate litigation, will contests, trust litigation, and disputes arising out of guardianships.

    Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims
    We represent plaintiffs and defendants in matters involving mismanagement of investment accounts, partnership disputes, trust administration disputes, legal malpractice, and professional misconduct by professional fiduciaries

    Partnership and Joint Venture Disputes
    We represent parties involved in business disputes arising out of the formation and operation of general and limited partnerships and joint ventures.

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