Business Litigation Attorney Foley & Small
Foley & Small handles a variety of commercial/business disputes representing both businesses and individuals on a contingent-fee basis.
Because we handle such commercial/business litigation on a contingent-fee basis, clients have their litigation handled without having to pay hourly billing rates and receiving monthly billings. Our fee is paid from the recovery we obtain from you. As a result, Foley & Small is motivated to efficiently and expeditiously obtain a maximum recovery for you.
Commercial and business litigation involves a variety of claims, including breach of contract, real estate disputes, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, insurance coverage issues, shareholder and partnership disputes and other matters.
Types of Cases We Handle
Foley & Small lawyers handle a variety of commercial/business litigation cases.
Breach of Contract Disputes
Lawsuits arising from disputed purchase and sale agreements, contracts, leases, debts and many other commercial/business transactions.
Real Estate Litigation
Foley & Small lawyers help persons and businesses in disputes involving purchasers, sellers, tenants, landowners, brokers, developers and others in all types of real estate matters and transactions.
Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
Representations of shareholders, officers, directors, partners and others involving matters of disputed rights, interest and claims.
Trade Secret/Intellectual Property Litigation
Foley & Small attorneys represent owners, employees, employers and inventors in matters involving unfair competition, misappropriation of trade secrets and client list, patent, trademark, copyright infringement.
Unfair Competition and Wrongful Business Activity
Foley & Small attorneys handle disputes involving unfair business practices, tortious/wrongful interference with business relationships, fraudulent activity, theft and conversion of another’s business assets, trade name or intellectual property and other wrongful business conduct.
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