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Not every problem can be dealt with through negotiation and compromise. Sometimes, it is necessary to bring the full power of the legal system to bear against an issue. To this end, business litigation is an unpleasant but necessary part of running a commercial enterprise.


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Capital Partners Law

3 years in practice
Business Law, Business Litigation, Commercial Real Estate, Communication and Internet Law, Intellectual Property
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The Francis Firm

23 years in practice
Animal Bites, Auto Accidents, Brain Injury, Business Contracts, Business Law
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Preserving Business Integrity

In a sufficiently large business, litigation is something of an inevitability. Some of the most common examples of business litigation include breach of contract, intellectual property disputes, and employment law.

Breach of Contract

Breach of contract deals with any time that one party fails to uphold their obligations as stated in a business contract. This can include distributors who fail to deliver promised goods, former employees who breach nondisclosure or noncompete agreements, or contractors who fail to provide a good or service.

Intellectual Property Disputes

Intellectual property is one of the most fraught subjects of business litigation. In the modern day, a number of entrepreneurs are not creating physical objects, but instead intellectual properties. Intellectual property can include a design, a section of code, a character, or any other intangible, protected idea. Intellectual property disputes often focus on who owns an intellectual property, taking down unlicensed users of protected intellectual property, or preemptively requesting adjudication about the status of an idea.

Keeping Business Booming

If you are looking to succeed in business litigation, you will need the help of an experienced employment law attorney. An employment lawyer can use their experience and expertise to represent your interests and get you the results you need for the lowest overhead costs.

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Business Litigation Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is business litigation?

Business litigation refers to any civil lawsuit filed by or against a business. Common examples of business litigation include breach of contract lawsuits, employment lawsuits, or intellectual property lawsuits.

2. How much does it cost for business litigation?

The cost for business litigation can vary widely. If both sides settle quickly, it will cost a few thousands or tens of thousands of dollars. However, in the event of an issue with high potential dollar values, such as in the case of intellectual or copyright law, business litigation can routinely cost hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars. The general rule of thumb is that in the event of extremely costly issues, the litigation will likely be appealed or fought until one side has exhausted their resources or it has become more costly than the potential gain of winning the case.

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