John Fugitt concentrates his practice on civil litigation in state and federal courts, with a primary emphasis on litigating and drafting non-competition, non-solicitation, and other restrictive covenant agreements, complex contractual disputes, trade secret protection, real property litigation, and business torts. John has represented clients in commercial disputes throughout Texas, in both state and federal court, in matters ranging in size from small commercial evictions before the local justice of the peace to cutting edge non-compete litigation before the Texas Supreme Court. John has experience in non-competition, non-solicitation, and other restrictive covenant agreements under not only the laws of Texas, but also other U.S. jurisdictions, Canada, and the United Kingdom.
John also routinely provides his clients with pre-litigation counseling, constantly searching for ways to protect his clients from issues before they arise. John frequently partners with the firm’s corporate counsel to provide his clients with partnership, company and shareholder agreements, and other legal solutions.
John also has experience counseling clients on GDPR compliance, as well as preparation of corporate policies and procedures on harassment, trade secret protection, and other matters.