Business litigation can be anything from a dispute over the terms in a contract, to the failure of either party to live up to their obligations as promised.Through persuasive advocacy and a sound, efficient strategy, you can approach business disputes with the confidence necessary to produce a positive result.
Breach of Contract: Contact me if the company you signed a contract with has failed to live up to their promises. Those promises are contained in a contract, and need to be properly interpreted so that you can have a clear look at what your rights are, and how to proceed.
Unjust Enrichment: Contact me if you performed services for someone, and they did not pay you back. Akin to breaching a contract, unjust enrichment is a dispute that every business encountered – you performed services, the other party willfully received a benefit, and then did not compensate you.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty: Contact me if someone you have entrusted with financial responsibilities has abused that trust. Fiduciaries are held to very tough standards, and until you act to make them accountable, they can cause extreme financial hardship.
Negligence: Contact me if a business with which you interact has negligently performed one of their duties, causing your business harm. When you rely on a business to perform a critical duty, they must be held accountable when they fail to act with reasonable, professional care, and in turn cost your business money.