Protecting Your Contracts Is Protecting Your Business
Your contracts are the backbone of your business; they are the foundation for your every deal, your success and your livelihood. If something or someone interferes with the success of your contracts, you must take steps to protect yourself. That’s where I come in.
My name is Scott Templeton, and at my firm, Templeton Law Firm, I help people protect their businesses. For over 20 years, I’ve been a thorough, passionate advocate for my clients across San Angelo. I go to great lengths to protect you from the struggles of contract disputes.
How I Help Protect Your Contracts
As a lawyer, I bring my insight as both an experienced legal professional and a business owner to such issues as:
- Breach of contract disputes
- Leasing disagreements
- Partnership disputes
- Sale of goods disputes
In any matter where you come into conflict with a party that you’re contractually linked to, I can help you. I will painstakingly review the contracts and matters at hand and move to take care of you and your business.
Fighting Against Tortious Interference
No issue is more disruptive to your company than having a third party interfere with your contractual relationships. You cannot take it lightly when you have a competitor who goes too far and tries to disrupt or otherwise threaten your contracts.
As your attorney, my priority is to reach an outcome that positively impacts your business. I will listen to you about your case and build a strategy with you.
Litigation Involving Restrictive Covenants
Business owners often seek to protect trade secrets, as well as protect the business in the competitive marketplace through restrictive agreements. Non-compete clauses, nondisclosure agreements and similar provisions may be included in employment contracts, severance agreements, shareholder agreements, and other business-related contracts. Freedom to contract principles and public policy values come into play — and may seem to compete — when it comes to litigating disputes involving the restrictions on an individual when a business or employment relationship ends.
Trade secrets, proprietary information, potential business plans and confidential company information are important assets that businesses need to protect. I work one-on-one with clients to resolve difficult disputes to protect the interests and serve the goals of each client.
An Attorney Who Treats You Like You Deserve
When you reach out to me, I will speak with you directly and discuss your major and minor concerns. I want to find the way forward that will have the most meaningful impact on you. I don’t want you to find yourself in a battle you don’t want. But I do want you to get the help you need, how you need it.