In today’s fast-paced environment, commercial disputes are often inevitable. Business litigation can involve various issues, such as breach of contract, class actions, business torts, employment issues, and consumer litigation. A business must navigate the tension between securing the most effective advocacy possible and managing litigation costs. Though litigation can be costly, a company can be harmed if it does not adequately protect its legal interests.
CVDL knows that businesses benefit from hiring an experienced legal professional that is dedicated to honoring the wishes and needs of their clients with integrity and professionalism and who can guide them through the often complicated litigation process to help reach a favorable resolution.
As successful commercial litigators with a track record of success, CVDL attorneys are able to assess the merits of a dispute and develop and execute a litigation strategy that fits the legal and business needs of the client. Efficiency, resourcefulness, and sound judgment are critical for intelligently positioning a business faced with a commercial dispute.
CVDL’s commercial litigators have found that efficient resolution of business disputes is best facilitated through accurate analysis of a case in light of the client’s particular needs. They begin by working with each client to identify and clarify the client’s goals for the litigation process, then evaluate the strengths and challenges of the client’s position.
In all matters, we are practical in our approach and accessible to our clients. Frequently, we can help our clients resolve issues through negotiation or mediation.
When litigation is necessary, our attorneys are strong and effective courtroom advocates with extensive experience in a variety of business and commercial law cases. Unlike some larger firms, we know how to efficiently prepare a case for trial. We provide our clients with access to proven experts to help them establish damages and other elements of their claims or defenses.
Examples of cases handled by the firm include:
- contract disputes
- financing and banking issues, including lender liability
- insurance litigation
- class actions
- shareholder suits
- dissolution of business entities
- employment lawsuits alleging discrimination or wrongful termination
- enforcing non-compete and confidentiality agreements
- real estate liens and lien priority claims
- construction litigation
Contact CVDL today for a free legal consultation appointment to discuss the details of your case. Our team is dedicated to ensuring you are well advised and understand what the best course of action should be.