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Don’t let a business dispute drag down your company.
Internal Business Disputes
Internal business disputes can threaten the very core of a company. Furthermore, they may destroy business relationships years in the making. Some of the more common types of internal business disputes are:
- Partnership Disputes
- Retirement and Buyout Disputes
- Sale of Business Disputes
- Shareholder Disputes
- Compensation Disputes
- Family-owned Company Disputes
Oftentimes internal business disputes can be very challenging to resolve because the disputing parties are also friends and coworkers. In these cases, mediation becomes key. An experienced attorney can help you resolve your dispute amicably and in a manner that allows you to keep doing business together. This practice is oftentimes known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). ADR describes a multitude of processes, including mediation, neutral evaluation, arbitration, conciliation, and collaborative law. ADR has several advantages over commercial litigation. It is more affordable, private, and may allow you to resolve your dispute more quickly, given the case load of our court system. However, in order to be effective, ADR requires that both parties retain a lawyer specialized in its practice. If you’re interested in pursuing this option, a highly experienced attorney is a must.
Unfortunately, not all internal business disputes can be resolved out of court. If litigation does become necessary, we have over 20 years of courtroom experience that we will bring to bear on your behalf.
External Business Disputes
- Warranty Disputes
- Trade Secret Disputes
- Subcontractor Disputes
- Intellectual Property Disputes
- Regulatory and Environmental Compliance Disputes
- Labor and Employment Disputes
Naturally, many of these issues also involve contract disputes. Whether internal or external, business disputes can be a serious threat to your company. Don’t take chances in dealing with business disputes. Get an experienced attorney on your side, whether it’s at the negotiation table or in the courtroom.