Atlanta Business Disputes
Business disputes can arise at any time. If you run a business, things can go wrong. Partners can disagree, clients can refuse a shipment or fail to deliver goods or services or shareholders may challenge the way you are running the business. Sometimes the only way for you to secure payment or resolve your issues is to resort to taking someone to court for business litigation.
If you find yourself in a business dispute, you are in a precarious position. Instead of letting the dispute take up all of your time, causing you to risk losing your hard-earned reputation and business, contact an attorney skilled in Atlanta business litigation to take the bulk of the burden off your shoulders. The Reddy Law Firm, P.C. has the skill, acumen and resolve to attempt to negotiate your dispute, and can represent you at trial if necessary.
Business litigation in Atlanta
The wide expanse of business or commercial litigation includes such matters as problems with partnership disputes and business formation (corporations, limited liability corporations (LLCs), sub-chapter S corporations, partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), joint ventures, etc.). Business litigation can become necessary due to disputes among owners, partners and members, joint ventures, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duties, contract interpretation disputes, specific performance of contracts and injunctions.
Whether the matters involve small businesses or large companies, employment contracts or shareholder questions, The Reddy Law Firm, P.C. is available to advise you on ways to avoid legal pitfalls and litigation. If litigation is unavoidable, our firm can zealously represent you.
We also handle business disputes via arbitration or mediation — alternate forms of resolving problems. Arbitration, an alternative dispute resolution process, uses impartial and knowledgeable arbitrators to settle a dispute outside of the court system. Often arbitration is required in a contract. Mediation does not require both parties to hire representation, and the process typically allows a business relationship to continue after the process is finalized. The most common types of mediated business disputes include:
- Negotiation of partnership contracts
- Negotiation of facts of business formations
- General conflict resolution
Help with business litigation in Atlanta
An experienced business law attorney in Atlanta, K.P. Reddy can help you with your legal matters involving business disputes and litigation, both in Atlanta and throughout the state of Georgia. Our firm has the type of proven results that you need and is ready to counsel you on how to resolve your business problems.