“Resolve business disputes in your favor. We will sue for your business interests and defend you against lawsuits, whether you are an individual, small business or big corporation. We are ready for battle!”
Shoham Segal, Esq.
It is human nature to disagree. This is true in our personal lives as it is in our professional lives. Disputes arise in all shapes and sizes, and they can be very costly without the proper representation.
So when the next business relationship turns sour or commercial transaction goes wrong, make sure that you arm yourself with a business litigator who knows how to protect your interests, guide you through the process, and fight for every inch.
What is Business Litigation?
Business litigation (often referred to as ‘commercial litigation’) is an umbrella term that applies to any business-related issue. A business litigator represents you in any business-related dispute between you (whether you are an individual or a company) and someone else (whether an individual or a company).
Sometimes resolutions can be reached without court intervention through written demands, pre-suit negotiations, and mediation. However, if the pre-suit efforts yield no resolution, a lawsuit must be filed to protect your interests.
Examples of some of the most common business disputes that require legal assistance include:
Breach of contracts
Construction defect claims
Intellectual property disputes
Partnership or shareholder disputes
Breach of fiduciary duty
Product liability claims
What Does a Business Litigator Do?
The ultimate goal of the litigator is to help you solve the conflict in the best way possible or you. The first step towards the achieving the best possible outcome requires analyzing your case.
You will provide our lawyer with information about the dispute, answer questions, and provide relevant proof of your claims. After the initial analysis is complete, our lawyer will choose the best legal option for you and your business.
Whether you are defending against a lawsuit, seeking to file a lawsuit or attempt to reach an out-of-court settlement, our team will handle all the legal matters on your behalf.
Some of the most common duties business litigation lawyers usually have to undertake during a litigation case include:
- Conducting the initial case evaluation
- Choosing the best strategy to deploy in court based on the existing evidence
- Drafting the necessary motions or pleadings
- Formulating responses to the other party’s claims
- Exchanging information with the other party during the discovery process
- Negotiating with the other party’s lawyers during the settlement phase
- Presenting the case in court
- Appealing the case if an appeal is necessary
The business world is full of legal intricacies. You want your business litigator to take the time to review your case, understand your business and find the best possible way to represent your interests in court and outside of it. LVNV Legal is here to resolve your dispute in your favor.