Full-Service Counsel For You And Your Business
Being embroiled in a legal dispute can throw your business into turmoil, affecting your business’ reputation, cash flow and prospects. Working with a skilled business litigation attorney can help get you back to your day-to-day success. The attorneys at Wolfe, Rice & Quinn, LLC, possess the knowledge and experience to guide your business through the process and help ensure the best possible resolution.
Demonstrated Skill In Business Litigation
Businesses of any size can find themselves in need of legal assistance. Working with partners, vendors and customers can bring about a number of different situations where a skilled attorney is needed:
Partnership disputes – A disagreement between the owners of a company can quickly have a negative impact on the success of a business. Disputes can take the form of workload imbalance, resource allocation or misconduct. It is important to work with an attorney well-versed in business law to smooth out what can become an untenable situation.
Vendor disputes – Working with vendors or suppliers can also carry its own pitfalls. While most of these disagreements can be resolved quickly, sometimes they become a full-blown conflict. We can work to ensure these disputes are resolved quickly so you and your vendor can go back to a beneficial working relationship.
Breach of contract – When a party to a contract fails to deliver on that contract, they are in breach of contract. Being late, not performing according to the contract’s specifics or not delivering what the contract stipulated all constitute a breach of contract. When an individual or a business breaks a contract, the other party is entitled to damages or restitution.
Insurance disputes – Insurance companies have a vested interest in denying claims and keeping compensation as low as possible. Working with a tenacious business litigation attorney can help secure the best possible outcome for you or your company.
Noncompete agreement disputes – Noncompete agreements can help safeguard a business’s confidential information or trade secrets. They allow a company to prohibit former employees from using such information and carry penalties. These agreements must have a reasonable duration and be restricted to specific geographic areas.
Customer disputes – Sometimes customers may be unhappy with the service or product they received. This may result in a breach of warranty claim, an unpaid invoice dispute or other complaints. Disputes may take the form of harassment or discrimination.
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In the fast-paced and constantly evolving world of business, it is vitally important to keep experienced counsel on your side. The attorneys at Wolfe, Rice & Quinn, LLC, will put the interests of you and your business first, using their years of experience to help protect your future. Contact us at our Gettysburg office today by calling 717-253-9182 or using our online contact form.