With the recent economic crisis forcing businesses to conserve capital, funding expensive litigation can be daunting, if not impossible. Yet, business is not without conflict.
The age-old adage that “it’s not personal, it’s business” is just not true. An individual’s business can be very personal, especially right now, as it oftentimes encompasses both your passion as well as your livelihood. Running a business – or engaging in business – typically demands giving 100 percent to every transaction, investment, idea, and partnership, as well as to your employees, clients, vision, brand, name and/or reputation.
However, the business world is inevitably fraught with disputes when things don’t go exactly as planned or promised. Without the capital to fight these disputes, a business can be forced to resolve legal issues that arise on their own, settle on unfair terms, or even forgo the pursuit of meritorious claims.
Having an experienced business litigation lawyer on your side can make a world of difference in how such disputes are resolved – potentially saving you precious time and money. Achieving a satisfactory end in the most timely and cost-effective manner is the goal of the contingency business litigation attorneys at Taylor Martino. We want to get you the results you and your business deserve to keep things running smoothly and efficiently – both at your company and within the scope of your professional/corporate life.
Whether you own and operate a small business, or you are the president or CEO of a major corporation, Taylor Martino will have your back. Disputes can rear their ugly heads in all shapes and sizes, at any time and sometimes without warning. They can originate internally or externally involving a third-party. The business litigation attorneys at Taylor Martino can help you resolve the following disputes that can arise within the corporate world:
Our Contingency Business Litigation Lawyers have the resources to litigate against even the largest businesses and organizations. Request a Free Consultation>>>
When a breach of contract occurs, it’s important to give the offending party an opportunity to rectify the
problem. But when efforts to go it alone fail, you will likely need to hire an experienced business litigation
lawyer to resolve the contract dispute for you.
Not only can we craft legally binding agreements that can survive scrutiny, but we can zealously defend those same contracts when broken. Whether you are at the receiving end or giving end of a breach of contract claim, we can review the terms and circumstances to confidently proceed in the way that best supports your interests.
Our Alabama Breach of Contract Attorneys can help you determine the best course of action with your specific circumstances and help you file a claim on time. Learn More >>>
Whether you find yourself the victim of fraud or you, along with your business, are being investigated for fraud, the effects can be devastating. Fraud is an intentional act meant to secure an unfair or unlawful gain by depriving an unsuspecting victim. Sometimes, you might find yourself, or your business, caught up in behavior that is questionably or even outright fraudulent. Due to the nature of fraud, and its potential to advance quickly from civil to criminal wrongdoing, it is always best to seek the advice of an experienced legal expert before traveling down a road you cannot easily detour from.
This agreement between employee or independent contractor and employer goes by many different names—non-disclosure agreement (NDA), confidentiality agreement confidential disclosure agreement, proprietary information agreement or secrecy agreement. But no matter the title of the document, this agreement is a legal contract that outlines confidential material, knowledge or information shared between the parties to the contract but restricted from access to others. There are many different penalties applicable to a person or persons found in violation of these important binding documents.
“Tort” is a legal term meaning “a wrongful act” or “an infringement” of another’s rights (except under contract) that leads to a civil legal liability. Business torts are likewise defined as “wrongful actions performed against a business.” These wrongful actions typically cause harm to the business, such as a loss of profits, reputation, competitive advantage, market shares, etc. Torts can be intentional or caused by negligent or reckless behavior.
Banking and finance litigation covers a wide array of litigious actions, including loan disputes, civil fraud, contractual disputes, securities litigation, regulatory disputes, lender liability, forged documents, unauthorized account transactions, credit card and electronic fund transaction disputes, stock and commodity exchange disputes and investigations, etc. With our years of banking and finance litigation expertise, we can help you maneuver the complex relationship between finances and law. No matter the banking-related legal claim, we will work hard to deliver you satisfactory commercial monetary results.
What started out as a well-intentioned partnership might start to unravel when the going gets tough. Some partnership disputes could be nothing more than a clash of personalities or ideas. Yet, others could get much more heated legally-speaking. The contingency business litigation attorneys at Taylor Martino are experienced at litigating a wide range of disputes, including real estate partnerships, medical partnerships, accountant partnerships, law firm partnerships, and many others.
Our familiarity with complex and detailed partnership disputes, as well as our relationships with respected accountants and experts, allows us to effectively represent our clients.
The contingency business litigation attorneys at Taylor Martino P.C. also represent clients in shareholder derivative litigation, including minority owners that have been victimized by shareholder oppression. Shareholder (or minority) oppression occurs when majority owners use their position of power to deny minority owners the right to equally participate in, or enjoy financial returns from, a company. Although minority owners cannot force the majority owner to act fairly, they do have a remedy against it – filing a lawsuit for breach of fiduciary duty.
Generally, a business carries liability and property insurance to protect against damages or losses. Sometimes, though, insurers need a bit of persuading to provide the coverage specified in the policy, or to pay-out what’s owed or deserved per the policy. The Business Litigation Lawyers at Taylor Martino Rowan will stand up to these insurance carriers on your behalf. We possesses the legal experience and necessary resources to guide you through each and every aspect of your business insurance dispute.
Closing a business can often be more complicated than opening a new business. But sometimes, the demise of a company is necessary or inevitable. When this happens, the business owners must dissolve the business organization. This can be a heavy (and oftentimes, emotional) process.
Business Dissolution Complications Can Include:
Business Dissolution can become even more involved when not everyone agrees to the closing of a business; or there are outstanding financial or legal obligations to resolve. Let our experienced business litigation lawyers handle the hard stuff for you, so you can focus on what comes next for your professional and financial future.
Taking risks in business is sometimes wise and even necessary for growth, advancement and increased opportunities. But when it comes to legal disputes (i.e. complaints, allegations, liability claims, etc.), the gamble simply isn’t worth it. You need to protect the financial future of your business by minimizing legal risks.
Operating on a contingency basis means that we have a strong incentive to obtain the greatest recovery possible. As contingency business litigation lawyers, Taylor Martino can work for you in your corporate sphere on a contingency-fee basis. This means you will be completely unencumbered by pricey hourly fees and billing. In fact, you only pay when we get results and successfully recover a “win” for you. This also means that we are confident in the merit of the cases we accept.
If your business has sustained damages as a result of wrongdoing on the part of another person or business, or you are thinking of starting your own business or partnering with someone else in the operation of a business in Alabama, consulting with a contingency business litigation attorney at Taylor Martino is the best way to ensure your rights are protected. We offer a free consultation to help evaluate your options, so you can decide the right course of action for you, your business, and/or your current and future business interests.
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It can be stressful process facing a complex business dispute on your own. The Contingency Business Litigation Lawyers at Taylor Martino have the resources to litigate against the largest businesses and organizations. Operating on a contingency basis, means that we have a strong incentive to obtain the greatest recovery possible for our clients without draining valuable earnings and assets to obtain the results they deserve.
CONSULT WITH A CONTINGENCY BUSINESS LITIGATION ATTORNEY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE IN-DEPTH STRATEGIES, PROCESSES, AND PROCEDURES WE HAVE IN PLACE TO SUCCESSFULLY HANDLE COMPLEX BUSINESS LITIGATION DISPUTES.