Collections: When you provide goods or services and cannot recover the cost from a debtor in a timely manner, you could be in serious trouble. The end goal of any enterprise is to produce profit, though unfortunately even the most aggressive attempts on your behalf to recover a debt may lead to a dead end. However, when mediation and negotiation tactics aren’t enough when pursuing a debt, we will file a lawsuit against the company that wronged you in order to force them to provide the proper repayment of your debt.
Business Disputes: Business disputes are a significant distraction from the tasks necessary to properly operate a company and if not resolved quickly, often pose a serious threat to the longevity of a business. With an initial settlement approach with the business partner, and if that attempt falls through, we’ll ask the court to solve the dispute.
Contract Disputes: Contract disputes usually involve financial obligations or monetary reimbursement to the affected party. In the event of violation in any of the terms of a contract. A lawsuit is often filed to force compliance with the terms of the agreement or to seek monetary reimbursement or compensation for losses.
Arbitrations: As an alternative resolution to the dispute in arbitration, parties present cases in a similar manner as they would in court, to the panel of arbitrators who were chosen by the parties. Once each side has presented their case, the arbitrators’ debate and rule.
Jury Trials: Our trial lawyers seasoned in picking juries, presenting evidence, examining and cross-examining witnesses, making opening and closing statements, and advising their clients as trial goes on, trial lawyers are experienced in handling cases in all aspects of the courtroom. Our trial lawyers regularly represent clients in the courtroom for civil or criminal matters.
Appeals: In an appeal, a higher court reviews the decision of a lower court, generally the trial court or an administrative agency. Appeals may happen in a civil or criminal case after trial, or after dismissal of a case, for example a motion for summary judgment that the court granted. Attorneys representing clients on appeal must carefully review the entire record, including trial transcripts, evidentiary materials, and motions to determine which grounds, if any, exist as a basis for the appeal.