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- What is commercial litigation?
- What types of commercial litigation are there?
- I have a business dispute to settle; where do I begin?
Commercial litigation is a broad category that includes any of the many disputes businesses may encounter. We help small and medium-size businesses handle problems before they turn into court battles. But if litigation is required, we work toward the most cost- and time-efficient solution possible.
What types of commercial litigation are there?
The types of commercial litigation or small business needs we can assist you with include:
- Formulating and enforcing employment agreements;
- Negotiating or litigating breaches of contract, including theft of trade secrets;
- Settling disputes among shareholders in a business, including family-owned businesses in which there may be concurrent family law matters such as divorce;
- Determining how to divide a family-owned business as part of a divorce agreement, and more.
We are well-equipped to help in cases where small business concerns intersect with family law matters. Olivia St. Clair Long previously worked in commercial litigation for larger businesses and business litigation involved in estate administration, and we also have a financial strategist and MBA on staff. Building off of their combined experiences, our team has the skills to handle a wide array of legal needs for your closely held business.
I have a business dispute to settle; where do I begin?
Now that you’ve determined that you are ready to hire an attorney to assist in your dispute, what’s next? We invite you to schedule your initial 30-minute phone consultation with O. Long Law. You will have the opportunity to speak to one of our attorneys who will listen to your concerns, and help formulate a plan for what you can do to resolve your problem and get back to what’s most important to you.
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