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Williams Dirks Dameron regularly represents small and large companies --such as start-up technology companies, manufacturers and a variety of brick-and-mortar business corporations -- in high-stakes, "bet the company" disputes. These disputes include matters such as breach of contract, fraud, antitrust or other anti-competitive conduct, or copyright and trademark issues. 

We recognize that many disputes should be resolved early in the process and should never go through costly and invasive litigation. Because of our backgrounds as large-firm lawyers combined with our contigency fee model, we are able to balance the scales against a larger business that can hire expensive business lawyers. We will work with you to determine the path that makes the most sense for your company. 

Representative Experience

  • Prosecution of breach of contract and copyright claims against large broker dealer

  • Prosecution of shareholder rights claims against company

  • Prosecution of breach of contract claims against national restaurant group

  • Prosecution of breach of contract claims against professional sports team

  • Defense of start-up company accused on breaching fiduciary duties to shareholders

  • Defense of veterinary group in breach of contract dispute

  • Defense of breach of contract case against international broker dealer fund manager

  • Represented video and creative agency to recover unpaid fees from client

  • Prosecuted copyright claims on behalf of software developer

  • Negotiated buyout of intellectual property company's claims of breach of license

  • Represented software developer in defamation and tortious interference claim

  • Represented hedge fund in breach of contract claim

  • Negotiated termination and buyout of highly compensated employee

Williams Dirks Dameron
Contingency Fee Model 

Williams Dirks Dameron represents clients on a contingency basis, meaning that we do not bill clients by the hour. Instead our clients pay no legal fees unless we ultimately recover money for the client. This contingency model where we get paid only if our client gets paid, aligns our interests with our clients' interest - interests that maximize recovery as efficiently as possible.


We look forward to discussing the many options that are in your company's best interest. Contact Matt Dameron to discuss your business dispute. 






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