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San Francisco Business Litigation Lawyer
Business litigation is a serious matter. You may be in the middle of a dispute concerning the formation of a company or the breakup of one. You may be attempting to break away with part of the company in order to form your own new business, or you may be trying to prevent a partner from doing the same to you.
Do Not Try to Handle Your Business Dispute Without a Licensed Attorney
One of the worst things that you could do under the circumstances is to hastily file suit when there does not need to be one. Many business litigation issues may be successfully resolved with the assistance of a San Francisco business litigation attorney. You may be able to reach a settlement that satisfies all parties without ever having to go to court.
Of course, not all matters are resolved via settlement. There may be many factors relating to your dispute that will require the involvement of a San Francisco business litigation attorney. This may be the only way that you can find an acceptable resolution to your dispute without negatively impacting your operating budget or your public image even further.
Contact the Law Office of Attorney James Braden Today
In order to be best prepared to handle your business dispute, contact the Law Office of attorney James Braden for expert legal representation. Our office is capable of providing you with the support that you need to rally your forces toward a successful conclusion to your case. Mr. Braden’s corporate litigation practice includes commercial litigation involving banks, buyers, sellers, breach of contract, intellectual property, and other matters.
We will do all in our power to assist you in gathering all of the evidence that you need to prove to the Court that you should prevail, or to otherwise resolve your case. Contact us today to let us get started on winning your case.