Business disputes can derail an organization, and they are expensive and time-consuming. Even the best-structured and well-run business can become involved in conflicts through no fault of its own. At our Santa Rosa, California, law firm, we have helped businesses large and small respond to disputes initiated by competitors, employees, government agencies, and customers. We have litigated matters including breach of contract, shareholder and corporate disputes, disputes over product shipments, and the violation of a non-compete agreement by a former employee. We strive to resolve business disputes as efficiently as possible so our clients can get back to business.
Examples of Business Disputes
If your business has been sued, or if you need to take action against another entity, contact a business litigation attorney at Shapiro, Galvin, Shapiro & Moran, P.C. We offer cost effective and timely business litigation services. Call us to schedule an initial consultation. We have helped businesses resolve disputes related to:
- Intellectual property claims
- Business dissolution
- Investment fraud
- Trade secrets
- Construction defects
- Employment contracts
- Vendor and supplier contracts
Typical Business Litigation Clients
Our clients have included high-tech companies, wineries, brokerage houses, closely held businesses, banks, law firms, construction companies, medical clinics, and retail establishments. We also serve non-profit clients such as the Roman Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa, the Volunteer Center of Sonoma County, the Children's Village and other local non profits. Our business litigation practice is founded upon our understanding of the individual needs and long term goals of each of our varied clients.
At Shapiro, Galvin, Shapiro & Moran, P.C., we are committed to our clients' success. Our goal is to help our clients resolve their disputes with the minimum of disruption and cost, allowing them to return to their core business. Contact a business litigation lawyer at our Santa Rosa, California, law firm to discuss the legal needs of your business.