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General Business Litigation

Ensure your organization is prepared for the best possible outcome.

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General Business Litigation

Ensure your organization is prepared for the best possible outcome.

Commercial Litigation

Experienced business owners understand that disputes with other businesses, vendors, or customers are inevitable. Whether a dispute over a contract, a claim that you are engaging in unfair competition, or violating some statute, there are numerous pitfalls for the unwary business owner. When a dispute first develops it is imperative to consult your counsel to minimize your risks and protect your company’s interests.

Initial Analysis and Aggressive Representation

Once a dispute arises – whether you are the one with the claim or defending a claim brought by another – initial analysis and strategy may be decisive. Is the claim legitimate? Are there other, related claims that may be asserted? Are there third parties who may be responsible for the loss? Have insurance issues been considered? What counterclaims may be involved? Are there any legal, technical issues that may preclude the claims, such as statutes of limitations, lack of jurisdiction, or other laws that may preclude or limit the claim? Having skilled and experienced representation early in the dispute may be critical to avoiding expensive, protracted litigation.

Breach of Contract / Warranty Claims

Depending on the industry and the size of your business, you may enter into thousands of contracts weekly, if not daily. Whether they are agreements with customers for goods or services, or agreements with vendors, suppliers, landlords or others – you need to be aware of the complex web of contractual relationships they create. Experienced and knowledgeable counsel is critical to understanding your rights and obligations under those contracts.

Business Torts

Your competitors, former employees (or employer), or others may not conduct their business with the same honesty and integrity that you do. Fortunately, the law protects those who play by the rules. If you believe your business has suffered from unfair competition, theft of trade secrets or intellectual property, or is the victim of wrongful interference, consult an attorney as soon as possible to determine your rights.

When you need help managing and protecting your contractual relationships or you believe your business has been the victim of misconduct, contact Meyer Law Office. We will help you determine a strategy that will position your business for the best results.

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Scales of justice on table.
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Commercial Litigation

Experienced business owners understand that disputes with other businesses, vendors, or customers are inevitable.

Whether a dispute over a contract, a claim that you are engaging in unfair competition, or violating some statute, there are numerous pitfalls for the unwary business owner. When a dispute first develops it is imperative to consult your counsel to minimize your risks and protect your company’s interests.

Initial Analysis and Aggressive Representation

Once a dispute arises – whether you are the one with the claim or defending a claim brought by another – initial analysis and strategy may be decisive. Is the claim legitimate?

Are there other, related claims that may be asserted? Are there third parties who may be responsible for the loss? Have insurance issues been considered? What counterclaims may be involved? Are there any legal, technical issues that may preclude the claims, such as statutes of limitations, lack of jurisdiction, or other laws that may preclude or limit the claim?

Having skilled and experienced representation early in the dispute may be critical to avoiding expensive, protracted litigation.

 

Scales of justice on table.

Breach of Contract / Warranty Claims

Depending on the industry and the size of your business, you may enter into thousands of contracts weekly, if not daily.

Whether they are agreements with customers for goods or services, or agreements with vendors, suppliers, landlords or others – you need to be aware of the complex web of contractual relationships they create.

Experienced and knowledgeable counsel is critical to understanding your rights and obligations under those contracts.

Business Torts

Your competitors, former employees (or employer), or others may not conduct their business with the same honesty and integrity that you do. Fortunately, the law protects those who play by the rules.

If you believe your business has suffered from unfair competition, theft of trade secrets or intellectual property, or is the victim of wrongful interference, consult an attorney as soon as possible to determine your rights.

When you need help managing and protecting your contractual relationships or you believe your business has been the victim of misconduct, contact Meyer Law Office. We will help you determine a strategy that will position your business for the best results.