At Levy & Partners, we understand the complex legal issues involved in business owner and partnership disputes within closely-held companies and business partnerships. Our attorneys have substantial experience in assisting business owners resolve their internal disputes in a wide variety of businesses including, restaurants, professional practices, small companies, service businesses, retail stores, family businesses and other enterprises both prior to litigation and once litigation begins.
Many of our clients who come see us about a partnership or closely-held business dispute wish to resolve their conflicts as amicably as possible so that they can maintain normal business operations. However, such clients also have concerns about the integrity of a business partner’s actions, perceptions of unfairness and issues of control and decision-making power must be objectively evaluated and addressed before that can happen. The attorneys at Levy & Partners can help you fully evaluate the situation and advise you of all of the options you may have to effectively address the issues with a focus on preserving the business value that you have worked so hard to build. Drawing upon our experience in this area, we are able to deliver creative, cost-effective solutions through negotiation and/or mediation.
In those situations where out-of-court solutions are not feasible, you can have confidence in the attorneys at Levy & Partnerss that your interests are being protected by an experienced business litigation team. Our experienced attorneys will fight hard to ensure that your rights as a business owner are protected to the greatest extent under the law.
If you have been wronged under a contractual agreement, it is advisable to speak to an attorney as soon as possible. A breach of contract can cause immediate and imminent harm to a business. To minimize the risk of significant loss, you should act promptly. Quick action may protect information and preserve resources. During your first meeting with an attorney, gather copies of any applicable correspondence as well as any contract related to the dispute.
There are certainly situations in which it is possible to settle a business dispute without help from an attorney. However, when negotiating on your own is ineffective – or when a dispute suddenly escalates it may be time to get outside legal help. Our firm offers a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your case. During this consultation, we will explain how we can help in your particular situation.
ach case is different, and many factors can influence whether this is possible. Many business disputes are settled outside of the courtroom. However, it is important that your case is prepared for trial – even if it never ends up in court. We never promote unnecessary business litigation. But we also do not encourage our clients to accept a proposed solution that is unsatisfactory to them. In each case we handle, we learn about our clients’ goals and help them identify the most effective way of meeting them.