Atlanta Business Litigation Attorney
You can be the most experienced, most careful, and most benevolent business owner out there and still find yourself in hot water. Through no fault of your own, you may even end up facing a lawsuit for breach of fiduciary duty, breach of contract, or even more serious allegations such as fraud or embezzlement. No matter the situation you are in, an experienced business litigator can help you find a way out. Whether you are being accused of wrongdoing, or a business partner, employee, client, or other party has broken the law by violating their contract or fiduciary duty to you, the other owner, we can help you reach a resolution. When it comes to business disputes, Christine Forsythe at The Forsythe Law Firm, LLC has seen it all, and because of her involvement in the American Bar Association, is up to date on all relevant laws and business regulations at the state and federal level.
Common Business Disputes We Handle
No one starts a business assuming the worst: that an internal or external conflict will reach the point of one or more parties filing a lawsuit. But regardless of the size of your business and the type of business you conduct, there are countless serious issues that can arise, some of which can harm a business’s reputation, take a chunk out of its yearly profits, or destroy the business as a whole. Common business disputes that we handle include the following:
- Partnership disputes
- Breach of contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Employment disputes and claims
- Employment contract disputes
- Real estate disputes
- Class actions lawsuits
- Intellectual property disputes
- Shareholder disputes,
- Product liability claims
- Tortious interference
- Taxation issues
Role of a Business Litigator
The first and foremost role of a business litigator is protecting your interests. This not only includes protecting you from financial harm, but also from legal and reputational damages resulting from the dispute at hand. In the months or years that it takes to resolve serious business disputes, an attorney will advise you on compliance, pour through contracts and business entity documents, assess risk, review all pertinent legal documents and insurance policies, inform you of any relevant federal or state laws, and help you make informed decisions as forks in the road appear. Most cases do not end up in the courtroom; most often, disputes can be resolved through communication, mediation, and negotiation with the other party. However, if it is necessary to litigate the dispute in the courtroom, your attorney needs to be prepared and equipped to do so.
Call an Atlanta Business Litigation Attorney Today
Here at The Forsythe Law Firm, LLC, our singular goal is to get you back on solid legal footing as soon as possible by assessing the risks you are facing, taking swift precautions and legal actions to intervene, and protect you from costly errors that otherwise might be unavoidable. Whether you are facing an employment contract claim or a partnership dispute, Atlanta business litigator Christine Forsythe at The Forsythe Law Firm, LLC can help. With so much at stake, we urge you to call us today at 404.476.2717 to schedule a consultation as soon as possible.