Ladd Hirsch, a partner in Bradley’s Dallas office, is a solution-oriented business trial attorney with more than 35 years of experience representing private companies and high-net-worth business clients in complex litigation cases and arbitration matters. Ladd is a creative thinker in his approach to resolving conflicts between business partners, and he is tenacious and pragmatic in both the courtroom and boardroom in seeking results that meet his clients’ short and long-term business objectives.

Ladd has focused a significant portion of his practice on handling business divorce disputes and related litigation for majority owners and minority investors in substantial private Texas companies. In these matters, Ladd files and defends claims against fiduciaries (officers, directors, managers, general partners, and trustees), including claims for breach of fiduciary duty, breach of entity governance documents, misappropriation of trade secrets and shareholder derivative claims. In his practice, he is also retained regularly by family law attorneys and their clients in high-net-worth divorce cases to assist them with a wide variety of business and complex property issues that arise in family law proceedings.

As editor of the Bradley Business Divorce blog, Ladd will provide specific, useful and actionable information for the blog’s readers, including private company majority owners and investors and their legal, business and financial advisors. He is dedicated to providing readers with suggestions that may help them to avoid conflicts between private company business partners, or when conflicts do arise, with practical information that may be helpful in their efforts to resolve these disputes more quickly and cost-effectively.

Please reach out to Ladd with any questions or ideas for topics to cover on the Bradley Business Divorce blog.