Protecting Your Interests in Commercial Disputes
Commercial litigation encompasses a broad range of legal disputes between parties with a business relationship. It is a legal action based on a business transaction that allows aggrieved parties to resolve their differences. A commercial dispute may involve competing businesses, corporate partners, employers, employees, third-party vendors, shareholders, or anyone who feels they are legally wronged by another and suffer material damage as a result.
When a conflict is present in a business context, it is wise to seek professional guidance before making any final decisions. An experienced commercial litigation attorney can protect your rights and represent your best interests. At Williams & Williams, we have more than 30 years of trial experience representing businesses and individuals involved in commercial disputes in Florida. Our attorneys have a strong presence in Florida State and Federal courts of law, serving clients in complex commercial litigation and dispute resolution. We represent a broad array of business clients and corporations with aggressive advocacy.
Common Issues that Give Rise to Commercial Litigation include but are not limited to:
- Bad faith claims
- Breach of contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Business torts
- Consumer class actions
- Construction litigation
- Contract drafting errors
- Debtor/creditor disputes
- Fraud or coercion
- Intellectual property infringement
- Labor and employment issues
- Trade secret theft
- Unfair competition claims
Efficient Solutions for Complex Commercial Litigation
At Williams & Williams, we know that broken contracts and failed relationships can prevent a business from succeeding. When evaluating a dispute, we look at the big picture and develop strategies to resolve disputes in alignment with our client’s business goals and objectives.
A commercial dispute can prove costly, disrupting business operations and putting capital at risk. Our lawyers employ a practical approach to problem-solving by considering all cost-effective options. For some disputes, we may achieve favorable results without the need to go to court. For example, accepting a settlement may be preferable to having a lengthy court battle, depending on the circumstances of the case. For others, we may present complex evidence before a jury or administrative hearing panel. When substantial litigation is necessary to achieve the desired result, we are prepared to go to trial.
Let Us Deal With Your Legal Issues while You Operate Your Business
At Williams & Williams, we are business dispute attorneys with unique insight, delivering results for our clients through intelligent solutions. The commercial litigation arena is constantly evolving, and our legal team stays current on all laws and regulations. Our office is located in Winter Park, Florida, and we represent clients throughout Florida. For your convenience, we offer evening and weekend appointments. To arrange a confidential consultation with one of our attorneys, contact us at 407-648-4333.