Are you a business owner facing a dispute or a disagreement regarding some type of misconduct?
A contract or agreement was breached or violated.
A competitor who is doing something underhanded to steal your business or customers.
Someone illegally stole your ideas or “trade secrets” or violated a “non-compete” agreement?
You are looking to start your own business but are being wrongfully threatened by a former employer not to do business?
A dispute or issue between or amongst partners, managers, or employees within your company.
Did you buy or sell a business and believe you were misled or defrauded, taken advantage of, or did not receive full compensation for your business?
The partner’s at Wisell, McGee & Romano LLP have handled various business and commercial litigation matters for over 20 years.
We are business owners ourselves. WE understand that you need to focus on running your business. The legal battle that you may be facing is NOT your business. It is ours. We understand “practical” If we can resolve your dispute amicably and efficiently, we will do it. If we have to fight and pursue litigation, we proceed; aggressively.
Our office can assist you in deciding exactly how to move forward, and guide you through the litigation in an efficient and effective manner. Because business disputes can quickly become complicated, it is best to have an attorney help you through every step of the process. Give us a call.
There are times when a legal dispute arises between individuals or businesses and a civil litigation lawyer is needed to come to a resolution. Civil litigation lawyers are generally needed when disagreements arise between two parties over some perceived misconduct. When it comes to matters of business litigation, it is always a wise choice to employ the help of a legal professional. When a business feels that some breach of conduct has occurred, including issues such as a contract or agreement being violated, a lawyer can fight on their behalf.
Civil litigation issues can involve such things as commercial law disputes, breach of contract, property disputes, obligation disputes, violation of contract terms or agreements, the unlawful sharing of trade secrets, unfair business practices, or fraud.
Our office can assist you in deciding exactly how to move forward, and guide you through the litigation in an efficient and effective manner. Because the civil law can quickly become complicated, it is best to have an attorney help you through every step of the process.