An Experienced Business Litigation Attorney Can Help Guide Your Company's Future
If you are looking for a firm with extensive experience resolving and litigating legal disputes on behalf of businesses and professionals, Hoge Law Firm
Types of Business and Corporate Litigation Cases
There are a variety of business and corporate litigation cases.
Breach of Contract
A breach of contract occurs where one party fails to fulfill his 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. Breach of contract disputes may include:
- Operating agreement disputes
- Vendor contract disputes
- Construction contracts
- Licensing contracts
- Violation of confidentiality agreements
- Asset-purchase agreements
- Business debts and repayment agreements
- Commercial leases
Disputes may be governed by the terms of a partnership or LLC Operating Agreement.
Covenant of Good Faith
The parties’ business relationship may allow for assertion of a breach of the covenant of good faith.
If a company misrepresents itself, its products, or those of a competitor, it may be liable for unfair competition and deceptive business practices.
Taking Legal Action
In many cases, there is a 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 incurred damages. Equitable relief may either require the other party to fulfill his end of the contract or may absolve all parties of their responsibilities.
During a consultation with Charlie Hoge, he can thoroughly examine the circumstances of your case. With his track record of successfully representing business and companies, he has the knowledge and skill to understand and focus on your bests interests. He will explain your options in detail and provide you with realistic expectations for the outcome of your case.
By sending the form, you agree that your e-mail will not create an attorney-client relationship and will not necessarily be treated as privileged or confidential. You should not send sensitive or confidential information via this e-mail service. The firm may choose not to accept you as a client. Please fill out this form completely to contact us.