Samuel Davis has litigation expertise in multiple areas of law. Samuel efficiently handles disputes and delivers high quality, responsive legal services. He utilizes well established business software and e-discovery tools, including cloud computing services, which minimize overhead costs commonly charged by medium and large sized firms. His personal and practical approach to each client and each case enables him to keep his client’s objectives and budget in sharp focus. Below is information about his practice areas.
Business & Commercial
Samuel has substantial experience handling disputes involving improper conduct in business transactions. He has served clients in the energy, steel, and real estate industries. He has represented clients in cases involving breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, misrepresentation, interference with contractual relations, bad faith, unfair dealing, and theft of trade secrets.
Samuel has counseled clients on matters involving allegedly defective oil country tubular goods (OCTG), including allegedly defective steel joints and casing. Samuel also has extensive experience with environmental litigation involving soil and groundwater contamination allegedly caused by defective products, including litigation regarding who is responsible for site investigation and cleanup, the adequacy of steps taken to prevent contamination, and the adequacy of investigation and remediation.
Labor & Employment
Samuel will help with immediate preventive advice, risk assessment, and litigation so you can focus on your business. Do not delay in retaining counsel to guide you on protecting your business and preserving the electronic evidence you may need to win your case. Samuel can help if any of the following questions apply to you. Is your former employee or partner violating or likely to violate a non-compete or non-solicitation agreement? Is your non-compete or non-solicitation agreement enforceable? Has your former employee or partner improperly misappropriated your confidential information, customer lists, or trade secrets? Have you recently left a business or been terminated and need advice on your rights and obligations?