Business Litigation

Business Litigation

What Does Business Litigation Entail?

Business litigation occurs when a quarrel or conflict emerges that needs the assistance of a lawyer to resolve. Contract, employment, or enforcement concerns are the most common causes of company legal challenges. To get advice on how to decide on your legal approach and whether or not a lawsuit is appropriate in your case, get in touch with a competent business litigation lawyer straight away.

What Licenses, Registrations, or Permits Would I Need to Establish a Business?

You must consult with your county tax collector to discover if your specific company needs a license before asking this question. The response primarily relies on the scale and nature of the business you are trying to operate. The next step is to establish your company with the IRS and the Department of Revenue. Finally, you must register with the Department of State or Secretary of State if you are a company or if your company uses a trade name. It’s an excellent idea to confer with a corporate attorney before launching a business. Professionals like us can make sure you obtain all the necessary legal registrations and licenses for your business.

What Distinguishes An LLC From A Corporation?

The primary distinctions between companies and corporations include how these entities are created, how they are owned, and how taxation is applied. A corporation has a  board of directors and is controlled by stockholders whereas an LLC (Limited Liability Corporation) is owned by members and is controlled by its member or managers. A corporation’s profits and liabilities are retained by the corporation, whereas an LLC’s profits and liabilities are allocated to particular owners. Last but not least, LLC owners pay taxes depending on their individual modified gross income, whereas corporations pay taxes as an organization at the corporate rate. Consult a business lawyer right away if you’re having trouble selecting which company structure is ideal for your venture.

What Distinguishes A Joint Venture From A Partnership?

Although they are frequently confused and considered to indicate the same thing, the two are actually extremely different. A joint venture is a legally binding agreement involving two or more individuals to carry out a particular commercial arrangement, whereas a partnership is when two or multiple individuals establish a company to co-own a company for profit and revenue.
Depending on what you want to do, each has benefits and drawbacks. A company attorney can provide you with the best assistance you need to navigate the procedure and determine which option is appropriate and ideal for you.

Why Should You Hire a Business Litigation Attorney?

We focus on both avoiding commercial litigation and engaging in it depending on your needs. The process begins immediately with consultations with people and businesses, offering guidance on contracts meant to safeguard intellectual property and prevent drawn-out and expensive litigation. Whenever a lawsuit is the only option, we assist clients in navigating the whole litigation process.

Litigation Alternatives

Although arbitration is a typical alternative to litigation when provided for in the contract or agreed to thereafter, arbitration can also be costly and time-consuming.  Mediation can be utilized before litigation or arbitration are commenced or during the process.


Whether to prevent lawsuits or to settle litigation, mediation is extensively used.


Numerous commercial arrangements have clauses forcing parties to arbitrate disputes instead of going to court.

Dispute Resolution Through Negotiation and Litigation

Despite all the precautions a company takes to prevent disagreements, it could still wind up in court. Our lawyers are tenacious litigators who seek optimal results through rigorous planning and honed courtroom techniques. Whenever appropriate, we arrange settlements and suggest going to trial when doing so is in our client’s greatest interests. We stand up for you in cases involving:

  • Contractual Conflicts – Our lawyers seek either particular fulfillment of the  agreement or financial damages, depending on what the circumstances of our client’s  case call for. We customize our defenses when defending a party who is accused of breaching an agreement to the specific facts underlying the nonperformance, such as the opposing party’s breach, a Force Unforeseen/Majeure event, estoppel and waiver, or voidability.


  • Shareholder Conflicts – Considering so much is at stake, it is understandable that shareholder disagreements periodically break out. Disagreements, however, might result in irreversible splits and seriously damage the company. To posture themselves  as advantageously as possible, our firm advises potential clients to seek legal counsel as  soon as is practical. 


  • Patent, trademark, and trade dress infringement – A company’s intellectual  property is generally considered one of its most valuable assets. The corporation takes  infringement lawsuits very seriously because they can have a significant negative  effect on a business’s economic balance and overall financial stability. When a client  experiences infringement or is suspected of engaging in the practice, our firm is  prepared to act quickly. 


  • Unfair and deceptive trade practices – In many states, laws have been passed to safeguard consumers against deceptive commercial activities and practices in a  number of trades and commerce. Such a law makes an effort to compel entities to act  with at least a minimal degree of integrity and fairness in their business operations.  Our lawyers defend both consumers and corporations in matters involving claimed  breaches of this Act. 


  • Franchise Conflicts – Simply put, a franchisee has a responsibility to uphold the  terms of the franchising agreement/contract and submit the agreed-upon fees to the  franchisor. The franchisor provides the advantages of branding, marketing, and  advertising, as well as certain operations in return. Whenever one party breaks its  promise, the franchise arrangement disintegrates. Our attorneys have a great deal of  knowledge about using the intricate federal and state requirements to help the harmed  parties get redress. 


  • Fiduciary & Professional Liability Claims – A fiduciary has the constitutional  obligation to operate in the principal’s best interests. Legal guardians, accountants,  stockbrokers, corporate directors, and attorneys are a few examples of professionals  who ensure a fiduciary connection. Fiduciary lawsuits may result from illegal  behavior, conflicts of interest, or fraudulent misrepresentation. We provide the expertise to defend a wrongly accused fiduciary or a principal who has been harmed  in a dispute.

How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Business Litigation Lawyer?

Considering how extremely intricate and unusual the conditions are, as well as how  acrimonious the case is, several factors will determine how much it will cost to handle business litigation services. 

Which Business Litigation Claim Types are Prominent?

The most frequent corporate lawsuit disputes center on non-disclosure and non-compete agreements as well as breaches of shareholder or partnership agreements.