Business Litigation in Atlanta, GA

The primary purpose of a business litigation attorney is to advise a business client in a wide range of different litigation. This might include contract litigation, dispute resolution litigation, partnership litigation, shareholder litigation, liability litigation and more. The purpose of a business litigation attorney might be to specialize in a certain area of the law, though many of them are general practitioners in the realm of business litigation, allowing them to handle these and many other areas of business law as well. If you are looking for a litigator that handles only intellectual property or only corporate structure, for example, that might be available to you. Otherwise, you should be able to find an attorney who can handle these things and many others.

The Hasson Law Group regularly represents companies, business owners, and professionals, helping them to resolve business and complex commercial disputes in an efficient and cost effective manner. Our experienced and creative team of lawyers has successfully represented clients in the following areas:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Shareholder, Owner and Partnership Disputes
  • Lender Liability and Guarantee Litigation
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Fraud & Misrepresentation
  • Non-compete & Non-Solicitation Agreements
  • Securities Litigation & Arbitration
  • Injunctive and Emergency Relief

We understand how disruptive litigation can be for both the party alleging injury and the party defending against such allegations. Where it is possible to avoid protracted litigation, we look for opportunities to find creative solutions to complex disputes that satisfy our client’s needs and goals. As experienced trial lawyers, we also recognize that litigation is sometimes necessary. We work hard to aggressively represent our clients in court and do not hesitate to take cases to trial.

Our team of experienced trial lawyers has experience resolving matters through alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration, and regularly litigates disputes in State and Federal Court.

Why Do You Need a Contract Dispute Attorney?

Many people do not understand the benefits of an attorney until they need one, and this same thing is true in the case of a contract dispute attorney. Most contracts go very smoothly, until the point where they do not, and one party is disputing the terms of a contract. If you are in the middle of a contract negotiation or fulfilling the terms of a contract, and there is a dispute, you will want to make sure that you have an attorney. Your attorney will represent your side of the matter and make sure that you know your rights, and that you are properly advocated for. This is essential when two parties both believe that they are correct in a heated dispute, especially when money is involved.

Benefits of a Partnership Dispute Attorney

Another beneficial type of business dispute attorney is a partnership dispute attorney. Sometimes partnerships dissolve, and sometimes they dissolve in a less-than-amicable fashion. If your business is currently dissolving and you want to make sure that your interests are protected, contact the Hasson Law Group LLP. Our attorneys will protect your interests and advocate for you, making sure that you know the law and what your rights are through every step of the process. It is important to know what you are entitled to when your business is dissolving, and that is what a partnership dispute attorney can do for you.

Litigation is an unfortunate part of running a business, but it sometimes happens. If you run into a situation where you believe that you may need to go to court or to attempt to settle outside of court, you will want to make sure that you are armed with legal assistance in the form of a business litigation attorney. If you want to make sure that you have the best possible business litigation attorney available to you and your cause, simply give us a call today at (678) 701-2869. When you call us, we will be able to tell you about the attorneys we have on staff, the practice areas around Atlanta that we serve, and everything that we can do for you.

Representative Cases:

When a bank wrongfully foreclosed on a valuable tract of commercial property on Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta without giving notice to our client or another lender who had a superior position security interest in the property, we filed suit against the bank. After hard fought litigation, the defendant bank presented a settlement package to our client on the eve of trial worth over twelve million dollars, including return of the property to our client.

Our lawyers pursued tort claims, including breach of fiduciary duty, against a major national bank on behalf of a private banking customer after the bank knowingly withheld pertinent information regarding a potential real estate deal from our client. After a week-long arbitration proceeding, we obtained an award of over two million dollars for the client.

  • We successfully defended a limited liability partner against the efforts of a creditor of a subsidiary of the partnership to hold our client personally liable for the subsidiary’s debt. The creditor of the subsidiary attempted to pierce the corporate veil of the subsidiary and hold our client liable for a seven million dollar judgment against the subsidiary, and also attempted to void an allegedly fraudulent transfer from the partnership to our client. We convinced the Court to dismiss all claims against our client through a motion for summary judgment.
  • We represented a minority stakeholder in a healthcare services company in a fraud and breach of fiduciary duty dispute against the majority owner of the company. At a mediation held two weeks after we filed a lawsuit on behalf of the client, the majority owner agreed to buy out our client’s interest in the business on terms that were extremely favorable to our client.
  • We successfully defended a minority business owner against claims that he violated the terms of a non-compete agreement. The case was dismissed after we convinced the court to deny injunctive relief to our client’s former employer.
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