One of the more unfortunate aspects of owning or running a business is the fact that sometimes, businesses are faced with legal disputes. Sadly, not all business relationships remain healthy ones, and as a result, there may come a time when you and your business are confronted with a legal concern that you need to solve. Whether you are dealing with a vendor who has failed to do what they were contracted to do, or if you are dealing with an unhappy customer who has filed a complaint against your business, it is important that you, as a business owner have a partner who is experienced with business litigation, so that you can navigate that situation.
The term “Business litigation” refers to any number of potential disputes that can, and often do, arise during the course of running your business. From simple breach of contract cases and partnership/joint venture disputes all the way to business torts, business litigation can encompass a great many situations.
For this reason, it becomes critical that you ensure that the representation you secure is capable of understanding the complexities of this type of litigation. Successful business litigators are able to assess the merits of a dispute and develop the appropriate prosecution or defense that fits the needs of their client. Litigation doesn’t necessarily mean that you will end up going to trial, but it is critical to engage with a legal professional that will try to resolve the dispute prior to going to trial, but who is also capable of vigorously representing you and your interests should a trial be unavoidable.
- Corporate litigation
- Partnership Litigation
- Restrictive Covenant Litigation
- Loan Enforcement Actions
- Business Torts