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Business Litigation

A legal problem arises. It can happen to any company. Legal issues can come from an aggrieved employee or from shareholders filing a derivative Our clients vary, from small family-owned operations to partnerships and larger corporations. Regardless of the size of your business and situation, our team offers the knowledge, experience, and resources to achieve the most optimal result. We work in many areas of business litigation, including but not limited to the following:

Contract Disputes: When entering into a contract, a business makes a legally binding promise to either do or not do something. For example, the promise can be to purchase or sell goods, pay the rent on office space, or lease equipment. The failure to deliver on this promise is considered a breach of contract and subject to legal action.

Non-Competition and Non-Disclosure Agreements: In some cases, an employer will require some or all employees to sign non-competition and non-disclosure agreements as a condition of employment. A non-compete agreement keeps an employee from accepting a job from a competitor. They have a limited duration and scope. A non-disclosure agreement prohibits an employee from sharing specific confidential information that is vital to the employer. When an employee breaks one of these agreements, it can have serious consequences. Companies can sue an employee who violates either of these agreements.

Trademark and Copyright Protection: Trademarks (phrases and logos specific to the company), patents (product designs) and copyrights (original works) can be a company’s most vital assets. It is important for any business to protect its intellectual property assets. A cease and desist letter can be the first step. In other situations, immediate action is required, such as securing a temporary restraining order or an injunction.

Shareholder Disputes: A corporation’s board of directors is elected by the shareholders. The directors are then able to set corporation bylaws, appoint officers and supervise the corporation. As such, conflicts may ensue when majority shareholders suppress the minority in a number of scenarios.

Do you need legal help or consultance? Contact us now.