Texas Business Dispute Law Firm

Who We Are

Our relationship with each new client begins in an old school way – by listening. From the first contact with our new client we listen -- carefully, closely, fully. We take the time required to understand the company at issue and the industry in which it operates. Most of our cases involve complex business and financial issues, and our experience, ingenuity and close attention to detail play a large role in the ultimate outcome. We are equally comfortable negotiating for our clients in the board room and advocating on their behalf in the courtroom.

The attorneys at Diamond McCarthy represent clients in matters that include:

We represent our clients in a manner that is aggressive, focused and results-oriented, and which also meets the highest ethical standards of our profession. Our objective for our clients in all matters is to resolve their disputes and conflicts in a manner that optimizes the value of their business interest.

Diamond McCarthy is based in Texas with offices in New York City, San Francisco and Denver. Our attorneys represent clients in federal and state courts and also in arbitration venues throughout the country.  Please contact our attorneys at (214) 389-5300 to schedule a consultation.

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Business Divorce Blog: Recent Blog Entries

Shareholder Derivative Claims: The Sharp Arrow in the Quiver Still Available to Minority Shareholders In Texas Private Companies

Based on our personal experience handling Business Divorce matters for both majority owners and substantial minority investors in private companies, we have learned firsthand that there are two sides to every story and every Business Divorce matter is unique. But, we continue to be surprised by instances of outlandish behavior and self-serving conduct by majority owners that are reported to us by minority partners in the business.

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Despite Dante’s Warning (Abandon Hope), There is Hope for Minority Investors Who Failed to Obtain a Buy-Sell Agreement Before Acquiring Their Interest

Life is all a about second chances. In the business world, minority investors may feel that they are trapped if they failed to obtain a buy-sell agreement before investing and have no contractual right to exit the company. This situation is common in family businesses when the minority owners did not request their grandparents, parents or other family members to provide a buy-out right at the time the company was formed.

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Buy-Sell Agreements: Don’t Leave Home (Or Invest) in a Private Company Without One

The season finale of the hit reality TV show The Bachelor attracted more than 8 million viewers. My wife and teenage daughters help make up this devoted fan base, and watch every episode. Yet, when I question them about whether the subject of a pre-nup agreement has ever come up on the show, I get eye rolls, and comments like, “Dad, don’t be such a downer.”

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Dallas

Tower at Cityplace
2711 N. Haskell Avenue, Suite 3100
Dallas, Texas 75204
Phone: (214) 389-5300
Fax: (214) 389-5399

Houston

Two Houston Center
909 Fannin Street, 15th Floor
Houston, Texas 77010
Phone: (713) 333-5100
Fax: (713) 333-5199

New York

489 Fifth Avenue
21st Floor
New York, NY 10017
Phone: (212) 430-5400
Fax: (212) 430-5499

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With offices in Houston and Dallas Texas Business Divorce a division of Diamond McCarthy LLP assists clients throughout Texas including Austin, San Antonio, Midland, Fort Worth, Galveston, Amarillo, Abilene, and Waco.



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2711 N. Haskell Avenue, Suite 3100, Dallas, TX 75204
| Phone: 214-389-5300
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| Phone: 713-333-5100

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