Sometimes business disputes can’t be resolved through negotiation or arbitration. In those cases, we can help your use business litigation as a way to remedy the situation. A private individual or a business entity can have a legal issue with a business entity.
Ways we can help
Here are some of types of issues that can be resolved with business litigation.
Finances and Investments.
Anyone who suspects that his investment broker has not acted ethically may bring business litigation against him or her. Unethical broker behavior usually involves a broker pushing inappropriate investments on clients or failing to fully disclose investment information; this is investor fraud.
Intellectual Property. Any infringement on a patent, trademark or copyright is grounds for business litigation.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty.
If one member of a corporation or partnership violates his obligation to operate in good faith and loyalty then other partners may be able to recover assets through business litigation.
If your insurance company undervalues or denies a claim that you feel is legitimate, you may be able to recover the amount you are entitled to through business litigation. Insurance companies can sometimes attempt to avoid fully paying a legitimate claim, or even avoid paying it at all, by using confusing or deceptive wording in the contract.
When business disputes occur between a business and an individual or between two business entities, resolution without resorting to business litigation will always be preferable for everyone involved. In cases where that just isn’t possible, a good business litigation attorney can be invaluable.