It usually involves business professionals, business enterprises, and business operations coupled with contracts and/or duties that arise by statute or by operation of law. Business litigation often requires not just an attorney with knowledge of the law, but also knowledge of accounting and finance for the reason that substantive claims are often predicated upon these matters that are beyond the scope of the law.
For example, the computation of damages for a business is frequently accurately calculated through the application of complicated accounting principles. Not only do we understand the intricacies of business and formulate innovative strategies to achieve each client's litigation objectives, but we have also aligned ourselves with industry leading experts to assist us on complex cases.
We serve as counsel for plaintiff and defendant in the following types of cases: