Santa Clarita Business Dispute Lawyer
Do you need help resolving a business dispute?
Every business owner or partner can expect disputes to arise now and again in the course of business. No matter what type of dispute it is, you should enlist the help of a Santa Clarita business attorney, particularly when a conflict may potentially have an impact of the success of your business. The Santa Clarita firm of Poole Shaffery has 25 years of experience to bring to the table in resolving disputes, business dissolutions, and other business law matters. Our numerous awards and high ratings for their standards of ethics and skill underscore their stellar reputation in this area of the law.
Resolving Business Disputes in Los Angeles, Paso Robles, County
Business disputes can take many forms. There can be contract disputes, partnership disputes, vendor/client disputes, trade secret disputes, employment contract disputes, shareholder disputes, unfair competition claims, copyright or trademark infringements, licensing and more. Further, there are disputes under tort claims, such as embezzlement and fraud.
The firm understands how costly litigation can be, and therefore takes every measure when possible and appropriate to resolve these disputes without the need to go to court. Other alternatives are negotiation, mediation or arbitration. When litigation is the only solution, however, they are committed and focused in court towards achieving the best outcome possible.
Representing Corporations Throughout California
At the firm, a team of professionals is assigned to each client. A senior and junior attorney and a paralegal all work together on your specific case with the mutual goal of obtaining the best possible result for you. Their commitment is demonstrated by the care and time taken to discuss and fully understand your desired goals, and they always strive to employ the most cost-effective strategies without sacrificing quality or integrity.
Contact the firm today for more information and to arrange a meeting to discuss your dispute.