Business Litigation Attorney

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Breach of Contract

Breach of contract is the most common type of business litigation. Everything in business relates to an express or implied contract, so there is almost always a claim for breach of contract in any business dispute. I have experience litigating breach of contract claims involving failed mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate contracts worth over $3 million, partnership agreements, shareholder agreements, land contracts, and countless client service agreements. As a business litigation attorney, I help clients enforce breach of contract claims.

Business Dissolution & Ownership Disputes

I work with many business owners. Most businesses with multiple owners end up in a dispute between owners. This results in some of the owners seeking to part ways and be bought out of the company. This can be controlled by governing documentation, but unfortunately most companies don’t have sufficient documentation. That’s when owners need good business litigation attorneys.

As a business litigation attorney, I’ve been involved in many business dissolutions and ownership disputes. This includes corporate shareholder disputes for corporations worth $5 million, private in-home medical treatment businesses, auto-repair companies, real estate development companies, real estate holding companies, and technology companies. I’ve even litigated a business dissolution for a company owned by a family of lawyers.

Trade Secrets and IP Infringement

Clients often come to me for my dual expertise in business law and IP law. Many clients start companies to monetize their intellectual property or inventions. When someone steals or infringes on their proprietary information, they come to me to enforce their IP rights. 

Why You Should Work With Me

  1. During my 5+ years of practicing law I have achieved better results than attorneys with 25+ years of experience.
  2. I save clients thousands of dollars and offer flexible payment plans.
  3. I provide great service and communicate past normal business hours.

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