Commercial litigation, such as a breach of contract, represents a common legal maneuver initiated by both individuals and businesses. Plaintiffs involved in commercial litigation typically want to correct a wrong like ensuring a defendant honors a contractual agreement. Filing a lawsuit to seek compensation for a personal injury caused by the actions of a company represents another example of commercial litigation. Defendants involved in cases that invoke commercial statutes typically hire licensed attorneys that fight aggressively to protect their rights.
Whether you are a plaintiff or a defendant, working with an experienced and accomplished commercial litigation lawyer is imperative in obtaining a favorable outcome to your case. For many years, our highly rated law firm has represented both plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation cases.
Types of Commercial Litigation
When you search for a licensed commercial lawyer, you want a legal expert that not only wins cases, but also possesses the legal acumen to work with both plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of cases.
Here are the most common types of commercial litigation cases:
Fraud cases require the support of considerable documentation, from a copy of a bill of sale to the terms written into a leasing contract. Our team of commercial litigation attorneys successfully proves fraudulent intent, which requires superior knowledge of acceptable business practices, as well as how commercial law addresses business fraud. Gaines LLC has gained the experience and knowledge required to help clients pursue fraud cases against individuals or other businesses. Since it is rare to uncover explicit intent to defraud someone or a company, our thorough team of attorneys meticulously reviews records to discover the true intentions of fraud, as well as prove clients followed every protocol for delivering goods and services.
Breach of Contract
Running a business requires the creation and adherence to contracts. If you find yourself embroiled in a contract dispute, Gaines LLC is there to help you resolve the dispute and if necessary, seek damages caused by a contract breach. We also defend clients against allegations of contract breaches. We firmly believe you deserve the most accomplished team of commercial litigation lawyers that possess the capability of handling either side of a contract dispute. At Gaines LLC, we ensure you understand the legal process as it pertains to a contract dispute and present the options you have for pursuing a case or defending yourself against false breach of contract charges.
Businesses draft non-compete agreements to prevent employees from leaving a company to work for a competitor. Non-compete agreements typically last for a year or two, but we have crafted agreements that last longer than two years. From restaurant managers to electric engineers, a non-compete agreement specifies a geographic area where a former employee is not allowed to work, if he or she remains employed in the same business niche. For example, it does not makes sense to want a non-compete agreement for a former employee in the information technology industry who decides to change careers by making the transition into the retail industry as a sales professional. Gaines LLC has represented both employers and employees in non-compete commercial litigation cases.
Here are some other types of commercial litigation cases the experienced team of lawyers at Gaines LLC handle:
• Trade secrets
• Unfair business practices
• Business dissolutions
• Mechanic’s liens
• Employment litigation
• Real estate litigation
• Construction defects
• Preliminary and permanent injunctions
Our team of assertive commercial litigation lawyers works closely with clients to evaluate the legal validity of a commercial litigation case, before we recommend the course of action that leads to favorable legal outcomes. We have represented clients in front of state courts, federal courts, and administrative dispute resolution proceedings that include arbitration and mediation. As highly skilled commercial litigation attorneys, we assist clients by negotiating to reach beneficial settlements and defend clients that have not conducted business in an unlawful manner.
If you need a licensed and highly rated team of commercial litigation attorneys to represent you in a legal dispute, call our law firm or leave your contact information on our convenient online form today to schedule a free initial consultation.