Breach of Contract Litigation

Almost every type of business agreement involves a contract of some kind; when these contracts are breached, the wronged party can file a lawsuit to recover lost compensation.

Business Tort Litigation

Business torts address misconduct such as breach of fiduciary duties, fraud, conspiracy, conversion, theft, defamation, and other civil wrongs.

Construction Litigation

Construction lawsuits can involve defects, delays, payment and performance bonds, engineer and architect malpractice, or other related issues.

Defamation Litigation

Claims involving defamation, libel, and slander can have many complicating factors, such as whether the person defamed is a public or private figure, the veracity of the potentially defamatory statement, and the intent of the person making the statement.

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Employment Litigation

Employment lawsuits aim to resolve contract disputes, commission disputes, unpaid compensation such as bonuses or severance, and tortious interference.

Intellectual Property Litigation

Intellectual property is original and proprietary work – including patents, copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets – that entitle the creator(s) to legal protections and compensation.

Professional Malpractice

When an insurance agent, legal professional or accountant commits professional misconduct that results in losses for a client, the client can file a professional malpractice claim.

Probate, Trust & Estate Litigation

Trust disputes arise when there is disagreement about the allocation of a deceased individual’s assets, especially if that individual was not of sound mind when creating his or her will.

Securities and Stockbroker Fraud

Securities laws are meant to protect investors from broker misconduct such as unauthorized trading, account churning, and unsuitable investment recommendations, Adviser-investor disputes are handled in FINRA arbitration. Investors should have attorney representation.

Unpaid Commissions and Compensation

Unpaid commissions and compensation claims can be brought by employees, independent contractors, or anyone with a contract to receive compensation or a commission in exchange for services.

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