A serious business dispute has the potential to significantly undermine the operations and value of an enterprise and in some cases can threaten the firm’s very existence. If at all possible, such a dispute should be avoided through proactive risk prevention measures. When such a dispute cannot be avoided, it requires action to protect the business.
Homer Bonner Jacobs commercial litigation attorneys represent clients in general business litigation and arbitration matters. We conscientiously work with our clients to prosecute their claims and protect their legal and financial rights and interests to the fullest extent. We represent clients in all types of business and commercial litigation, including:
• Breach of contract disputes
• Business fraud and RICO claims
• Construction disputes
• Franchise and dealership terminations
• Loan enforcement and foreclosure
• Non-competition and non-solicitation covenant disputes
• Partnership disputes
• Real estate litigation
• Trademark and copyright infringement cases
Our commercial litigation lawyers also counsel clients in methods and procedures designed to minimize business or contract disputes from the outset. We realize that litigation can be an expensive and protracted process. Before advising our clients to go that route, our experienced business litigation lawyers look at alternative methods to resolve a dispute, including effective negotiation, exploration of pre-litigation settlement possibilities, and alternative dispute resolution procedures. When litigation cannot be avoided, however, our skilled attorneys become aggressive advocates who will zealously defend your rights in state or federal court.
Homer Bonner Jacobs commercial litigation attorneys have litigated numerous commercial litigation matters and, as a result, have a unique and powerful insight into the dynamics of successful litigation techniques.
Our fees in commercial litigation matters are reasonable and affordable. In some limited instances, we process business litigation cases on a contingency fee basis. For a free consultation with one of our experienced commercial litigation attorneys, contact us.