We Take Your Business Litigation Personally
In privately owned businesses, litigation can mean corporate life and death. You might find your business involved in a dispute with a customer, supplier, joint venture partner, employee, landlord, tenant, competitor, or business partner. Your case might be in Georgia or elsewhere. Your dispute might involve Georgia law or the law of other states. Your case might be in federal court, state court or arbitration. We are experienced in all of the above and we can help. From your first meeting with us, we are confident you will feel you have found the right lawyers.
Helping Companies With Business Disputes And Litigation
We understand that time is money. Our legal team works quickly and efficiently to resolve your legal issues. The types of business disputes and litigation we take on for our clients includes:
Breach Of Contract: What is a contract? It’s a legally enforceable promise. Often contracts are written, but they can be verbal. Almost all business disputes involve a broken contract.
Fraud: Fraud is subtle and often difficult to detect and prove. In business disputes, its often the difference between intent to perform, or not in the moment when the agreement is signed.
Fraudulent and Voidable Transfers: Transfers of assets to hinder, delay or to defraud creditors and transfers for less than valuable consideration are subject to attack.
Corporate Indemnification issues: When sued, corporate officers and directors often seek indemnification from the company or companies they represent. We are experienced in litigation of these disputes.
Tortious Interference: Tortious interference with a contract happens when a stranger intentionally interferes in a contractual relationship for an improper purpose. For example, if a competitor hires your employee or business partner and causes the employee or partner to breach a non-compete or other restrictive covenant, you might have a tortious interference claim.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty: Corporate officers, directors, and other fiduciaries are prohibited from putting their interests ahead of those they were trusted to protect.
Business Divorce and Other Shareholder Disputes: Disagreements between business owners about management, compensation, ownership or dissolution.
Financial Disputes: Situations where a party is unable to pay or unable to collect payment as per the directives of a contract.