Business Litigation

One company made an offer.  The other side accepted.  And there was value to be gained by both.  But after the former performed its service, the latter failed to pay up.  This is the classic example of a dispute between two businesses.  It’s time to call someone in to help.

Areas of practice include:

  • Breach of contract

  • Commercial lease litigation

  • Transactional disputes

  • Fraud

Our attorneys work with clients to tailor an appropriate, cost-effective approach to dealing with such high-stakes matters and disputes.  It may be best to try and negotiate a successful resolution without the need for litigation.  But sometimes the parties cannot avoid walking into the courtroom.  No matter the situation, our goal is to chart a path together with our clients that meets their business needs.    


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