Corporate Scandals & Abuse of Executive Power

Every time you turn on the TV, it seems there is a new story involving corporate scandal and the abuse of executive power. Executives, directors, board members and key employees of corporations face constant scrutiny, and often an allegation is perceived as the truth.

At the law office of John McDuff, I handle a wide range of corporate litigation matters, including those centering on claims of abuse of executive power. If you face accusations of corporate corruption or are bringing a claim against another party, I am here to protect your rights and interests. I take cases in Travis County and Central Texas. Contact my Austin office at 512.457.1177 to speak with an experienced business litigation attorney.

Media Allegations of Executive Corruption

The media shine a harsh light on corporate scandals. When allegations of corporate corruption arise, careers and businesses are placed in jeopardy. From the oil industry to banking and savings and loans, Texas has seen its fair share of corporate scandals, including those involving the abuse of executive power.

With more than 20 years of experience handling business litigation matters, I am prepared to help you achieve a favorable, cost-effective outcome for your legal problem. I understand the sensitive nature of corporate scandals, and am aware of the need for privacy and confidentiality.

I have litigated all of the following (and often overlapping) matters:

My clients include business entities, business owners, executives and directors, professionals, executors and trustees — anyone damaged by impropriety, deception or malicious meddling, as well as those unjustly accused of corporate corruption and abuse of executive power.

Contact Austin Business Litigation Lawyer, John McDuff

Call my Austin office at 512.457.1177, or contact me online to discuss your case with an experienced Austin lawyer.

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