Aggressively Protecting The Rights Of Businesses
If you are involved in a dispute or are facing a lawsuit filed by an employee, a customer or a supplier, you need and deserve experienced, aggressive and effective legal counsel. Whether resolution is reached through trial or out-of-court means, such as mediation or arbitration, our attorneys are skilled at navigating our clients through commercial and personal disputes with integrity, efficiency and success.
If you need legal counsel for a commercial litigation matter in Florida Ohio, Kentucky or Indiana, call us to schedule a consultation.
Our record of results includes successful business litigation related to:
- Partnership litigation, including shareholder disputes, investor relations, operating agreements and family succession
- Employment, including FLSA violations, harassment, discrimination and wrongful discharge
- Civil rights violations, including sexual harassment and violations of the ADA and FSLM
- Salary, compensation and bonuses, including disputes and litigation over executive compensation
- Restrictive covenants, including disputes about noncompete and nondisclosure agreements
- Contracts, including breach of contract disputes and lawsuits
- Intellectual property protection, including trade secrets, trademark and copyright violations
- Insurance disputes, including denied or undervalued commercial claims
- Workplace injury claims, including workers’ compensation claims defense
- Commercial real estate, including lease agreements, property rights and municipal zoning
Protecting Employers’ Rights In Disputes And Litigation
Workers have state and federal laws protecting their civil rights in the workplace, including regulations covering overtime pay, salary exemptions, vacation and sick pay, harassment and discrimination. To an employer, it may seem as if the deck is stacked against them whenever a dispute arises with an employee. Our litigators are experienced in representing businesses in these matters.
Our Construction Litigation Practice
We represent parties involved in all sectors of the construction industry and on both sides of the negotiating table – including general contractors, subcontractors, developers, investors, owners, architects, engineers, material suppliers and others.
Common areas of litigation can include construction defects and delays, design defects, payment and performance bonds, and breach of contract.