Business litigation is a broad term for legal disputes that occur within the realm of business. If you find yourself in a business law dispute with another company or individual, it is important to know your options. A good business litigator can handle any case involving a conflict between two or more entities, whether a company and an individual or two different companies.
Cases to Help You
- Breach of Contract. A breach of a binding contract occurs when one of the stipulated terms and conditions is broken. For example, if someone promises to pay for goods or services but then decides not to pay, this could be considered a breach of contract and may be grounds for legal action.
- Partnership Dispute. When partners disagree on how they should run their business, they may need legal representation to help settle their dispute amicably.
- Intellectual Property Disputes. Intellectual property includes patents, trademarks, and copyrights that protect unique ideas and creations with commercial value. These types of disputes can arise over the improper use of an idea or product. Business litigation attorneys are skilled in handling intellectual property disputes and can help you reach a resolution that benefits your business interests.
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty. Individuals and corporations often assume fiduciary responsibility for certain beneficiaries. When a binding fiduciary connection exists, and activities are performed that contradict the interests of the beneficiary, a breach of fiduciary duty occurs. The situation may warrant the assistance of a business attorney.
- Fraud and Misrepresentation. In a business fraud case, one party alleges that another party has made false statements about something of value. Misrepresentation refers to false assertions that influence another party’s contract decisions. A business litigation attorney may be able to help you recover damages for any losses incurred because of fraud or misrepresentation.
- Lender Liability and Guarantee Litigation. Lender liability and guarantee litigation involve disputes between borrowers and lenders regarding the terms of a loan or other financing agreement. If you are involved in any way in a lender liability situation, consult with a business litigation attorney to ensure your rights are protected.
- Non-Complete Agreements. Non-compete agreements are used to prevent one party from competing with another party. These agreements are sometimes part of an employment contract or severance agreement and protect intellectual property rights and trade secrets. The agreements must be drafted appropriately to enforce the terms under the law.
Contact an Atlanta Business Litigation Attorney
The Hasson Law Group, LLP represents business owners and professionals, assisting them in effectively resolving complicated business law issues. Our attorneys have extensive expertise in settling disputes using mediation and arbitration and have successfully litigated disputes in State and Federal Courts.
Call us at (678) 701-2869 to learn what we can do to help you get the best results in your unique situation.
We serve the Atlanta, GA, area.