Most corporations are not in the business of litigating. Unfortunately, disputes occasionally arise that cannot be avoided. When your business finds itself in the midst of a legal battle, having an attorney on your side with significant experience in handling and resolving complex commercial litigation matters is key. Even when a dispute seems relatively simple, it can be expensive, frustrating and time-consuming to resolve if you do not have the right people on your side.
At Epiphany Law, we recognize that efficiently and effectively resolving litigation, or even the threat of litigation, is paramount to our clients. Quick resolution of commercial disagreements allows you to get back to the day-to-day activities necessary to manage and grow your business. We put our years of experience representing businesses, both large and small, to work for you. Our team can help whether you have been sued or need to affirmatively enforce your rights.
When disputes cannot be avoided, we work closely with our clients to understand their needs and goals, to determine their legal rights, and to strategically determine the appropriate path to take to solve the problem. Whether resolution of your commercial dispute involves basic settlement negotiations, mediation or arbitration, or full-fledged litigation in the courts, our attorneys are knowledgeable and experienced. We pledge to balance the need for aggressive representation with a common sense and practical approach ultimately focused on resolving the dispute so you can get back to your business.
Business Litigation Areas of Experience:
- Contract Disputes
- Business Torts
- Employment Litigation
- Intellectual Property Disputes (including trademark and copyright infringement)
- Financial Institution Matters
- Business Collections
- OSHA Disputes
- DNR Disputes
Questions and Answers:
Q: What is Business Litigation?
A: This type of litigation specifically involves disputes out of commercial and business relationships.
Q: How should a business prepare for litigation?
A: If a dispute arises, the first step is to engage an experienced attorney.