Business disputes can arise from disagreements over the terms of a contract, business practices, billing, and other issues. Our business attorneys will fight aggressively to both enforce and defend disputes that arise within the course of business.
LongoBiggs, LC is not afraid to take business disputes to trial, but we don’t charge blindly into litigation when alternatives, including mediation, will accomplish a similar or better result without the risk and expense that come with litigation. Business disputes may arise for many different reasons and we will work to resolve and defend your rights.
Solving your Business Disputes
Whether your dispute is with your partnership, over a contract, trademark, or employment agreement, we will sit down with you and comprehensively assess the most appropriate and cost-effective strategy that works best for you and your unique situation. We will develop a strategy that takes into account the costs of the litigation to you on both a monetary and emotional basis. Many cases can be resolved informally prior to the filing of a lawsuit or before costly litigation expenses are incurred.
Although many disputes can be resolved through communication and alternative methods, our business lawyers are not afraid to go to court. However, we don’t charge blindly into litigation unless all other alternatives that could accomplish a similar or better result without the risk and expense of litigation have been fully explored. We comprehensively pursue all avenues to resolve disputes efficiently and cost-effectively, but will aggressively file suit or defend our clients at trial when prudent or necessary.
Business Dispute Compensation
Seeking remedies for breach of contract, partner disputes or other business disagreements does not necessarily mean a costly, lengthy, and emotional court battle. Disputes often settle out of court through focused, constructive negotiations. Our contract litigation lawyers are skilled attorneys who can guide negotiations toward equitable solutions that are legally binding and outside of the courtroom setting. Effective conflict resolution is our underlying goal, but are also well prepared to step into the courtroom if necessary.
Our contract litigation attorneys can help you seek remedies for breach of contract including the following:
Compensatory Damages — reimbursement for monetary loss
Consequential or Incidental Damages — compensation for additional foreseeable losses caused by the breach
Liquidated Damages — amounts specified in the contract that are payable for particular breaches, such as late or sub-standard performance
Specific Performance — a court order requiring the breaching party to fulfill the terms of the contract