Business Litigation Attorney
A business dispute can affect the security and financial health of your company, making a quick and fair resolution a priority.
A commercial litigation lawyer can provide immediate legal advice and support if another party threatens or files a lawsuit.
Learn how a business litigation attorney at Hoge Law Firm in San Diego, CA, can help you make critical legal decisions...
Commercial litigation attorney Charlie Hoge can run an analysis of potential outcomes and costs to determine your best course of legal action.
Why You Should Hire an Attorney to Help Resolve Your Business Dispute
Keeps Legal Costs Down
Business disputes can be expensive. Commercial litigation attorney Charlie Hoge can run an analysis of potential outcomes and costs to determine your best course of legal action. Typically, a quick resolution is ideal. But, if our San Diego firm is unable to resolve the matter quickly and out of court, our attorney will proceed with litigation as efficiently as possible.
Avoids NegativityBusiness litigation can have a negative effect on company morale. An attorney can provide guidance on how to keep the dispute as private and confidential as possible. For example, an attorney can resolve issues in mediation or arbitration, which can prevent employees, the public, and the San Diego media from having intimate knowledge of the details of the lawsuit.
You Can Focus On Your Business
Unfortunately, business litigation is common, and most business owners need the assistance of a business law attorney at some point. By working with an experienced lawyer, business owners can maintain focus on the day-to-day operations of their business while the team at Hoge Law Firm in San Diego handles the details of the case.
A More Strategic Legal Approach
Whether you have a commercial litigation attorney on retainer or need help with a legal issue that has recently come up, it is beneficial to get legal advice from the start. In some cases, the mere threat of legal action can resolve the dispute. If more aggressive action is needed, attorney Charlie Hoge is prepared to file suit, initiate motions, and proceed with the discovery phase of litigation.
Can Represent Your Interests
If you are looking for a commercial litigation firm that can litigate and resolve legal disputes, Hoge Law Firm can represent you through these complicated proceedings. With over 30 years in litigation and business law, Charlie Hoge is an attorney who can protect your best interests. He has been recognized as one of San Diego Magazine’s Top Lawyers 2018 and Best Lawyers in America in Commercial Litigation. Attorney Charlie Hoge can sort through business issues and relevant agreements to provide the advice you need.
Contact Hoge Law Firm in San Diego to learn more about our business law practice areas. We serve clients throughout Southern California. You can contact us online or call us at (619) 823-2600.
Disputes may be governed by the terms of a partnership or LLC operating agreement. At our firm in San Diego, attorney Charlie Hoge will review the terms of your agreement to determine if you can renegotiate your agreement, dissolve the partnership, or pursue any other legal options.
Covenant of Good Faith
The business relationship may allow for the assertion of a breach of the covenant of good faith. If the parties do not deal with each other honestly and fairly, it could be considered a breach of good faith. These cases can be difficult and complex; consult an attorney to find out if you have a valid case.
Unfair Competition Practices
Breach of Contract
A breach of contract occurs when one party fails to fulfill responsibilities to the other party under the agreement. Many litigation disputes arise over non-compete agreements, confidentiality, and trade secret agreements where the law is complicated and developing. These actions can have a significant impact on the future of your business. San Diego attorney Charlie Hoge can handle breach of contract disputes involving:
- Operating agreement disputes
- Vendor contract disputes
- Construction contracts
- Licensing contracts
- Violation of confidentiality agreements
- Asset-purchase agreements, which may include real estate provisions
- Business debts and repayment agreements
- Commercial real estate leases
Charlie Hoge knows how to take fiscally conservative, yet legally aggressive action to bring your business litigation case to a quick resolution.
in Business Litigation Cases
In many business law cases, there is potential to receive monetary damages or equitable relief from companies that have harmed your business.
- Monetary damages may compensate you for your actual losses and any damages that you incurred.
- Equitable relief may either require the other party to fulfill their end of the contract or may absolve all parties of their responsibilities.
When clients meet with San Diego business litigation attorney Charlie Hoge, he will examine all of the circumstances of the case. He analyzes all of the data upfront, and focuses on the potential outcomes. He will then explain your options in detail and provide you with realistic expectations for the outcome of your case. He doesn't sugarcoat the facts or how the case may conclude, so clients can make sound legal decisions and feel comfortable with the process.
Charlie Hoge has a track record of successfully representing companies in San Diego and other areas of Southern California. He knows that when business litigation attorneys evaluate a case, it is important to consider its scalability. For example, large corporations may have the time and money to engage in lengthy legal battles. This is not the case for most business owners.
Charlie Hoge knows how to take fiscally conservative, yet legally aggressive action to bring your business litigation case to a quick resolution. He will always consider how and when legal costs will outweigh your potential damages or benefits so he can achieve the best possible results for the lowest cost.
Hoge Law Firm
Attorney Charlie Hoge is associated with a number of professional legal organizations, including:
- Member, San Diego County Bar Association
- Member, American Bar Association
- Member, Association of Business Trial Lawyers of San Diego
- Member, San Diego Chapter of the International Network of Boutique Law Firms
- Fellow, Litigation Counsel of America, Trial Lawyer Honorary Society
Contact our practice online or call us at (619) 823-2600.