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Determining the best course of action in business litigation

On Behalf of | May 12, 2016 | Business Litigation |

California company owners are no doubt familiar with various forms of business disagreements, contract disputes and other potential impediments that can interfere with day-to-day performance in the workplace. Problems that are left unresolved have the potential to bring productivity and profitability to a halt. It is typically in a company’s best interests to seek as swift and satisfactory a resolution as possible, even if business litigation seems to be the only answer.

At Burkhalter Kessler Clement & George LLP, our experienced team of attorneys dedicate themselves to guiding clients from throughout the state through the process of business litigation. We have successfully represented many cases in both state and federal courts. Based on our ability to provide skilled negotiation, along with our past successes, which have resulted in us obtaining 8-figure verdicts for clients, we offer results-driven representation that can help a business owner overcome the obstacles that may be keeping success just out of reach.

Whether your situation involves a contract dispute, a privacy issue or intellectual property rights, we can review the situation and help you determine which course of action to take to obtain a satisfactory solution to your problem. Many times, business owners simply do not have the time it takes to research, investigate and craft plans on their own. Our experienced attorneys can take on the leg work, allowing our clients more time to focus on other business issues.

Through sound legal counsel and effective representation, business litigation can sometimes be avoided and resolutions achieved outside the courtroom. Either way, our team is prepared to help you accomplish your immediate and long-term legal goals. You can explore your options and access resources to help you make informed decisions by contacting our California office to request a meeting.



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