Business Disputes and Breakups

Business partnerships can be difficult to end, and the process can involve complex legal procedures. It is crucial to work with a lawyer who has experience in handling such matters and can guide you through the process of separating your business in a fair and beneficial manner for all shareholders.

We are a boutique law firm that specializes in complex and high-value business-related disputes. We handle both plaintiff and defendant cases involving breach of contract and other business disputes. Our clients include individuals, small businesses, and large corporations from a diverse range of industries.

We are prepared to create a strategy to meet your needs right away.



A brief guide and helpful strategies for resolving disputes in business 

Conflicts and disputes are common in the world of business. They can arise from various issues, such as contractual disagreements, intellectual property disputes, or employment matters. Unfortunately, these conflicts can hinder growth and disrupt operations. Our boutique law firm provides valuable insights and strategies in business law to help businesses navigate and resolve disputes effectively.

Business disputes can involve various complex factors and considerations.

Contractual Disputes: Contract disputes arise from disagreements over terms, non-performance, or breaches of agreement. Such conflicts may range from supplier contracts to partnership agreements.

Employment Disputes: Employment conflicts include wrongful termination, harassment, wage disputes, and workplace conditions.

Business Relationships: Disagreements between business partners, shareholders, or joint venture participants can jeopardize partnerships and require legal intervention.

Preventive Measures

Clear Contractual Terms: our lawyers can assist your company in drafting unambiguous contracts that clearly state rights, obligations, and remedies to reduce the risk of disputes.

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

Mediation: Mediation is resolving disputes by a neutral third party who facilitates discussions between the disputing parties to find a mutually agreeable solution.

Arbitration: Arbitration is a simplified courtroom process where an arbitrator or panel makes a binding decision after reviewing evidence. While less formal than a trial, the arbitrator’s decision is binding on the parties. Discovery is more fluid, and the parties are given opportunities to file any dispositive motions. 

Advantages of ADR: ADR methods are often quicker, more cost-effective, and less adversarial than traditional litigation, allowing parties to maintain relationships and resolve issues more amicably.

Litigation and Court Proceedings

When Litigation is Necessary: Our attorneys can represent your business in court if we cannot settle disputes amicably.

Navigating Complex Procedures: We work with experts who help businesses navigate the intricate legal procedures of court systems, ensuring compliance with rules and deadlines.

Negotiation and Mediation: We use negotiation and mediation skills to facilitate open discussions and encourage compromise between conflicting parties.

Focusing on Business Goals: While resolving disputes, we ensure that strategies align with the company’s overarching goals, keeping the business’s long-term success in mind.

Settlement Agreements and Resolution

Crafting Settlement Agreements: In cases of successful dispute resolution, we draft settlement agreements that detail the terms and conditions of the resolution. We incorporate clauses into settlement agreements that prevent future disputes by clearly defining expectations and responsibilities.

Enforcing Judgments and Awards

Enforcement of Court Orders: If a dispute is resolved through litigation and a judgment or award is obtained, our lawyers can help enforce court orders to ensure compliance and help your business collect damages from a successful lawsuit.

We provide legal services to help your business resolve disputes effectively and protect your Company’s interests. We focus on finding resolution through alternative methods or litigation, preserving relationships, and ensuring legal compliance. Please contact us today to help your business return and concentrate on growth and success. 

10.0Josue Dorleus