When misconduct and illegal actions put someone else’s business at stake, we take it personally. The nation’s economy was built by hard-working business owners, entrepreneurs, and people who made a living by taking risks and earning money the right way. No one deserves to have their success unfairly upended. When people’s livelihoods are at stake, we do everything we can to make it right. No matter what.
Building Cases Against the Biggest Commercial Defendants in the Nation
When commercial transactions go wrong, when massive companies commit fraud or unethical practices, or when commercial entities wrong our clients in any way, they call Arnold & Itkin. Our firm is a relentless advocate for people or businesses that have been unfairly or wrongfully treated. As a result, we’ve secured over $10 billion for our clients—helping them recover from enormous financial setbacks.
Our firm has extensive experience handling all commercial issues, including:
- Contract law
- Construction defects
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Oil and gas disputes
- Overtime violations
- Partnership disputes
- Securities fraud
We prepare every case as if it's going to trial. We consult experts, depose witnesses, and demand information from the individuals, companies, and professionals who harmed our clients. Then we bring it all together, using innovative techniques to clarify complex problems before judges, juries, and arbitration panels. This gives us a position of strength at the negotiating table and allows us to win in the courtroom if a fair settlement cannot be reached. No matter how big our opponent or how outnumbered our team may be, we pour everything we have into winning. No matter what.
You might be facing a wealthy competitor or a multinational corporation. That doesn’t scare us. In fact, the bigger the fight, the better. We’ve beaten the likes of British Petroleum, Johnson & Johnson, Exxon, UPS, and other billion-dollar corporations in court. We know what it takes to bring down a giant, and we’ll give your case everything we’ve got to make sure we do it again. No matter what.
- $8 Billion Top 3 Largest Jury Verdict in U.S. History Read This Story
- $357 Million Largest Workplace Accident Settlement in Texas history
- $205 Million Confidential Settlement Obtained for Numerous Clients
- $171 Million One of the Largest Confidential Settlements in History
- $117 Million Largest Single-Event Personal Injury Verdict in Louisiana History Read This Story
- $116 Million Confidential Settlement
- $110 Million Record Settlement Achieved for Victims of Defective Products
- $105 Million Record Settlement for Dangerous Product Victims
- $97 Million Massive Settlement Secured for Refinery Workers
- $92.7 Million Record Settlement for Burn Injury Victim
- $87 Million Confidential Settlement for Worker Who Suffered Life-Threatening Burn Injuries
- $78 Million Massive Settlement for Severely Injured Client
- $76.6 Million Verdict Won Against Johnson & Johnson Read This Story
- $75 Million Confidential Settlement Achieved on Behalf of Multiple Clients
- $72 Million Record Victory for Severely Injured Worker
- $44 Million The Largest Verdict Ever Won for an Amputee Victim Read This Story
- $41 Million The Largest Commercial Litigation Verdict in Hawaii Read This Story
- $39.7 Million Record Verdict Won for Victim of Industrial Accident Read This Story
- $29 Million The Largest Known Settlement for a Wrongful Death Offshore
- $28 Million Massive Confidential Settlement Obtained
We’ve consistently received the legal industry’s highest honors. We’re proud of these accolades and deeply grateful to the clients who put their trust in us.
"Always bet on justice. It takes a lot of time and resources to win a case against big defendants, and some cases are easier to win than others. But this doesn’t matter at Arnold & Itkin. We take the cases that we must win because it’s the right thing, the ones we have to win—even if it’s hard. Especially if it’s hard." Kurt Arnold Founding Partner Meet Kurt
“People call me when something terrible has happened and they need help. It is personal to my clients, so it is personal to me. We have to win—no matter what.” Jason Itkin Founding Partner Meet Jason
You know what it’s like to
work long hours. So do we.
When we take up a client’s case, we go all the way. No half measures, no half-steps. Once we’re in, we’re pouring all our resources, time, and energy into getting the result you need. We thrive on all-night preparation sessions, meticulous case development, and courtroom days because that’s how we win.
When people have headline-grabbing cases, they call us. Our business law firm regularly handles high-stakes litigation in the public eye. Whether we're facing off against armies of lawyers representing one of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies or negotiating for record-setting settlements on behalf of individual businessmen and women, we're trusted nationwide to get the kind of results that our clients need.
Can I Sue When a Business Interferes with My Clients?Yes, by filing a tortious interference suit. Tortious interference with contracts includes cases where a defendant intentionally causes a client of yours to breach a contract or become unable to fulfill their obligations under a contract. Tortious interference with business relations includes cases where the defendant engages in wrongful conduct (e.g. defamation) that results in losses to the business.
Can I Sue a Financial Advisor?If a financial advisor mismanaged your money through poor investments or deception, you may be able to sue them for financial malpractice. The law provides for the ability to seek damages against financial advisors for breach of fiduciary duty, misrepresentation, securities fraud, or deceptive trade practices.
Can I Sue for Breach of Verbal Contract?While written contracts are easier to enforce, verbal contracts can still be legally binding in some cases. Contracts that must be in writing (under Texas law) include real estate transactions and leases or commissions for oil and gas drilling. Outside of those areas, verbal contracts can be enforced, which means you can sue for a breach.
What’s a Complex Business Dispute?Complex business disputes arise from litigating two different types of commercial situations: when multiple parties are involved in a dispute (e.g. shareholders, officers, board members, and subcontractors), or when litigation must take place in multiple venues (i.e. state and federal court). These cases are highly technical and require a great deal of skill to resolve in your favor.