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Business litigation can be broadly defined as the legal processes for resolving disputes involving a business, and may include lawsuits, arbitration, mediation, and administrative law proceedings. These business disputes may involve customers, vendors, other businesses, members of the public, insurance companies, or state and federal government agencies.

In Texas, business litigation encompasses a variety of legal disputes that businesses may encounter. This includes conflicts with customers, suppliers, other businesses, the public, insurers, and government entities. Texas courts handle business lawsuits, which can range from breach of contract to intellectual property disputes, and from employment issues to regulatory compliance matters. Alternative dispute resolution methods such as arbitration and mediation are also commonly used in Texas to resolve business disputes outside of court, offering a more private and sometimes more efficient means of addressing conflicts. Additionally, administrative law proceedings may occur when a business is involved in disputes with state or federal agencies, particularly regarding compliance with regulations. Texas follows both state statutes, such as the Texas Business and Commerce Code, and federal laws, depending on the nature of the dispute and the parties involved.

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