Many recent studies on litigation in America report that the largest increase in court filings is in the area of commercial litigation.
"Commercial litigation" involves cases between businesses - business versus business - and cases between businesses and its members, partners, employees or contractors. Commercial litigation also includes claims by investors who were defrauded or misled into making capital contributions to a start-up business or security transaction.
Cases under the category of business litigation include:
- Breach of contract
- Non-compete clauses
- Partnership break-ups
- Corporate dissolution disputes
- Fair Market Value of assets
- Disputes between employers and their employees
- Interference with business activities
- Unfair Trade practices and competition
We adapt our attorney fee arrangement to the individual case, often designing fee packages involving a mixture of contingent fees and hourly fee arrangements. For more information, please see our FAQs regarding Commercial Litigation or contact Walters, Papillion, Thomas, Cullens to speak with an experienced Commercial Litigation attorney.BACK TO TOP