Business/Commercial litigation amongst businesses may arise when a competitor, individual or business entity engages in wrongful conduct that causes your business to sustain losses, or a party fails to adhere to the terms of a contract, whether written or oral.
A competitor may engage in wrongful conduct to gain an unfair competitive advantage by hiring your employees, or using your trade secrets or proprietary information to compete with your business. A competitor may unjustifiably interfere with an existing or prospective business relationship you have with another business by fraud, misrepresentation or defamatory statements.
The Law of Business, PC has tried cases to recover losses for the following:
To avoid, or succeed, in such litigation, should it arise, a well drafted contract can work wonders. At The Law of Business, PC we can assist you in minimizing risks by careful and conscientious review of existing contracts or forms thereof, draft or re-draft contracts, advise you of your rights and obligations under existing contracts and assist you in the negotiation of contracts.
If you own a business, it is likely you will have employment and labor issues, whether they be Equal Employment Opportunity Commission complaints, claims of sexual harassment, age or race discrimination or claims for unemployment compensation. We have represented clients in such Employment and Labor litigation arising from the employer/employee relationship, including wrongful termination and unpaid and hour claims, in State and Federal court, as well as before the Department of Labor.
Litigation involving business/commercial claims is often complex and specialized. It is important to hire an attorney with actual experience litigating these claims to ensure effective and economical representation. The Law of Business, PC’s attorneys have been actively representing businesses to prosecute and defend Business/Commercial Litigation and Employment and Labor Litigation month after month for three (3) decades.
If you have been the victim of, or falsely accused of, wrongful business/commercial conduct, contact our business litigation attorneys today by telephone (610-434-0504) or e-mail (email@example.com), and we will explain, in plain English, where you stand, using the law of business to resolve your dispute in your best interest.
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