Whether you are in manufacturing or professional services, disputes are a nearly inevitable part of conducting business. While some business disputes can be resolved without attorneys, one or both parties may find that litigation is necessary.
Business litigation is defined more by the dispute’s subject matter than the parties involved. Business litigation disputes typically involved complicated issues. There are likely significant assets and resources involved. Therefore, retaining legal representation as soon as possible is highly recommended.
Byrd Ramsey’s Beaumont based business dispute lawyers assist their clients in a variety of business litigation. Contact Byrd Ramsey today to discuss how we can help address your concerns about a dispute that is developing or escalating. Call us at 409-202-2020 or contact us online.
Types of Business Disputes
Business disputes can involve large and small companies. Differences can develop between individuals and businesses over issues, including real estate transactions or construction issues. Business disputes commonly include:
- Business fraud
- Intellectual property disputes
- Employment and labor law violations
- Unfair trade practices
- Employee litigation
- Misrepresentation claims
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Contract interference
- Breach of contract
- Misappropriation of trade secrets
- Shareholder litigation
- Business torts
- Insurance disputes
- Termination or buyout disputes
No matter the type of conflict you are facing, put us to work for you, our 100 years of combined experience drives us towards successful outcomes. A unique and carefully planned approach to each type of dispute will ensure the best outcome for our clients. Contact us for legal representation you can trust.
How Business Litigation Arises
Many different parties may be involved in conflicts, such as:
- Companies and trademark or patent infringers
- Parties to real estate transactions
- Companies and allegedly injured parties
- Shareholders and the board of directors
- Partners or LLC owners
- Parties to business contracts
- Parties to business transactions
- Employees and employers
- Companies and their insurance companies
- Companies and clients
When a conflict arises, ideally, parties will work together to fulfill the contract or finalize a transaction on their own. However, the parties involved may be unable to resolve the issue for one reason or another, and one or more parties may decide to seek legal assistance. If action is not taken promptly, the dispute can quickly escalate to litigation.
Contact a Beaumont Business Litigation Lawyer Today to Schedule a Free Consultation
Hiring a lawyer quickly is essential if you or your business may be involved in a business dispute even before a lawsuit is filed. Having an attorney present at mediation or arbitration may help to resolve the issue before it goes to court. If the case goes to court, it is essential to have an attorney represent you in any lawsuit. Call Byrd Ramsey today at 409-202-2020 or contact us online to schedule a free phone consultation with a Beaumont business litigation attorney.