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Houston Sports Litigation Attorneys

As a professional athlete, you are typically required to sign several contracts, for salary, endorsement deals, likeness rights, or any other business contract that relates to your image and performance as a paid athlete. At some point in your career, it is likely that you will have to undertake the challenging process of renegotiating, modifying, or ending a contract for various reasons. While the process can be complex and difficult to navigate, an experienced sports litigation attorney can help.

At the law office of Williams Kherkher, our sports litigation attorneys have experience with all of the various types of contracts athletes sign. Our legal team is dedicated to helping you reach the outcome you desire for your particular contract. Located in Houston, home of professional sports teams, our lawyers have the experience needed for a successful outcome.

Common Sports Litigation

Professional athletes almost always sign a contract with their team to receive a salary, but also encounter other types of contracts related to their careers. Some of the most common types of sports litigation include the following:

  • Professional athlete contracts
  • Endorsement contracts
  • Employment contracts
  • Appearance contracts

If you are seeking legal counsel for any of the above types of contractual litigation, you should contact an attorney. An attorney will be able to help you navigate the complex legal aspects of sports litigation and explain the legal jargon apparent in many contracts.

Contact a Sports Litigation Attorney in Houston

If you are in need of a sports litigation attorney in the Houston area, the lawyers at Williams Kherkher have the experience and knowledge in sports litigation beneficial to your situation. With over 30 years of legal experience, our lawyers are dedicated to helping protect your legal rights. To speak with a member of our Houston legal team, call us today at (713) 230-2200.

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