Business and Commercial Disputes

 
 

Commercial and Business Disputes

If you or your business have become involved in a commercial or business dispute, we can help you develop solutions to achieve your goals and protect your interests.  Commercial disputes arise in a wide variety of contexts. Some of the more common types of commercial and business disputes that we handle include the following:

 
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  • Breaches of contract

  • Business torts (i.e., wrongful acts)

  • Disputes between members, shareholders or owners of a business regarding their respective rights and interests in the business

  • Declaratory judgment actions

  • Disputed transactions

  • Intellectual property disputes

  • Deceptive trade practices

  • Insurance claims

  • Fraud and misrepresentation disputes

  • Breaches of fiduciary duty

  • Derivative actions

  • Employee dishonesty 

 
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  • Breaches of covenants not to compete or to solicit employees

  • Breaches of confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements

  • Limited liability company (LLC) disputes

  • Limited partnership (LP) disputes

  • Limited liability partnership (LLP) disputes

  • Dissolution and appointment of receivers

  • Partnership disputes

  • Preliminary restraining orders and preliminary and permanent injunctions

  • Mediation 

  • Arbitration 


 
 

Consider consulting Jacobs & Barney promptly after an injury before you take steps to resolve such disputes on your own. Lawyers can provide valuable services in the event of a real estate dispute that can help you avoid later problems.

Give us a call to set up an appointment.  


 

 
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Contact us to learn how we can help.

 
 

While we do not handle transactional aspects pertaining to the purchase or sale of real property (i.e., drafting contracts and deeds, issuing title insurance, conducting settlement, etc.), we frequently handle disputes that have arisen from such matters.  Where appropriate, we coordinate with the client’s transactional attorney. Additionally, we do not usually handle residential lease disputes. We would be pleased to provide a referral if your issue is not one that we would handle.