In today’s business world, a dispute between members or other businesses may inevitably arise. When it does, if the members or businesses do not resolve their differences, then the parties or entities may have to go to court.
Commercial litigation involves the process and time in a court resolving a dispute related to business or commercial rights or obligations. Examples of some of the disputes that may arise between the members or businesses are:
Breach of Contract
Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices
Tortious Interference with a Business Relationship
Tortious Interference with a Contract
Violation of a Non-Compete
Violation of a Non-Disclosure Agreement
In commercial litigation, the attorneys will defend the business’ interests. Nonetheless, before filing suit, and during the litigation process, it is crucial to understand the members’ or a business’ end goals. It’s important for the attorneys because the attorneys must ascertain the strengths and weaknesses of the case, which will then lead to reaching a favorable result in the case.
If you need representation in a commercial litigation case, please contact Kimberly M. Soto at 321.972.2279 so she can further advise you.