Oklahoma City Law Firm Of Brown & Gould


4 Ways To Address A Business Dispute In Oklahoma

Posted on April 20, 2023, Breach Of Contract Business Litigation

A business dispute occurs when two businesses have entered into a contract and then disagree about either: The interpretation of a particular part of a contract  Whether the performance/standards of one side or the other is meeting the wording of the contract. Why A Business Lawyer is Helpful during A Business Dispute When there is […]

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What Is Tortious Interference?

Posted on March 27, 2023, Breach Of Contract

Tortious Interference essentially is a legal term used when someone  wrongfully interferes with a business.  Usually, Tortious Interference involves breaking a contract. Here’s more. Contracts and Business A contract is a written or verbal set of expectations between two or more parties. If you are a furniture manufacturer, and you have a contract with a […]

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What is the Defend Trade Secrets Act?

The Defend Trade Secrets Act is a set of laws recently adopted by the Federal Government that applies to trade secrets – a class of valuable tools that fall outside the federal protection under Trade Law. Before the Defend Trade Secrets Act Trade secrets were mostly handled on the state level before the Defend Trade […]

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What Are 4 Types of Breach of Contract in Oklahoma?

Posted on May 1, 2022, Breach Of Contract

In order to have a breach of contract in Oklahoma City, you must first have a valid contract. Before we get into how a breach occurs, let’s first go over what a contract actually is in legal terms and the elements that constitute a contract. Without all five elements of a contract, the contract, whether […]

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Oklahoma Appeals Court Rejects Commercial Buyer’s Lawsuit Over Inaccurate Property Description

Posted on February 25, 2020, Breach Of Contract

In any real estate transaction there is a “due diligence” period. This is the time after a contract is signed when the buyer has the chance to inspect the property. If there are any defects in title, such as an inaccurate description of the property, the buyer has a chance to object. If the buyer […]

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Gov. Kevin Stitt ‘Lawyers Up’ in Casino Gambling Dispute

Posted on January 24, 2020, Breach Of Contract Business Litigation

Seattle-based Perkins Coie, which recently worked on a similar issue in New Mexico, will advise the governor’s office in its escalating gambling dispute with most of the state’s tribal casinos. The agreement covers up to $300,000 in legal fees, and Perkins Coie may charge up to $750 per hour. The current dispute between thirty-five tribes […]

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When Can I Sue for Breach of Contract?

Posted on January 18, 2017, Breach Of Contract

Whether you are a small enterprise staffed entirely by yourself or a large business expanding throughout Oklahoma and Texas, you likely work with multiple other individuals or companies. It does not matter what product or service you offer, you need help from vendors, suppliers, financial experts, and marketing agencies to effectively draw in customers, close […]

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Sometimes A Breach Of Contract Is Just A Misunderstanding

Posted on July 15, 2015, Breach Of Contract

David and Bill started an employee assessments organization back in 2012. They were passionate about helping small businesses not only find people interested in working for them, but making the right hires. With $10,000 in capital and an uber fancy office located in Bill’s garage, their dreams of owning their own business and becoming wildly […]

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Brown & Gould, PLLC,
136 NW 10th Street
Suite 200
Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Phone: 405-235-4500
Fax: 405-235-4507    
The Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, law office of Brown & Gould, PLLC, serves the nearby cities of Moore, Norman, Edmond, Nichols Hills, Midwest City, Del City, Yukon, Mustang, El Reno, Shawnee, Tulsa and other areas, including Oklahoma County, Cleveland County, Canadian County, McClain County, Pottawatomie County, Tulsa County, Logan County and throughout the state of Texas in the cities of Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio, El Paso and Austin.