Seattle Business Litigation Attorney
Resolving Disputes Regarding Your Company
You’ve put the best of yourself into your business, and it is your livelihood. If a threat arises to your business or your interests in it, your way of life can be at risk. At NWBizLaw, we have served hundreds of clients facing such challenges, so we know what is at stake. We understand that a threat to the well-being of your business (or your interests in your business) is likely to feel deeply personal. We stand ready to help you, because we consider it a charge of honor that good people should come to us for aid. Our clients depend upon us to give our very best to protect their livelihoods. We take pride in delivering the care, guidance, and high-end skills needed to deliver outstanding results.
Our attorney has more than a decade of experience helping clients reach favorable outcomes in legal disputes affecting their businesses. We offer clients direct and regular communication to ensure that the dialogue regarding their legal challenges is an ongoing conversation. This approach allows us to be a nimble advocate for those who trust us with legal concerns, helping clients identify options or avenues toward success that can deliver favorable outcomes.
When Should You Dissolve Your Business Partnership?
When you’re trying to decide whether it’s time to dissolve a business partnership or not, the first step is to come up with the reasons why you feel you should. Are there any obvious incentives to dissolving the partnership now and striking out on your own or finding new partners to work with? One of the most common reasons for dissolving a business is because of business disputes. Here are some factors as to why it might be time to dissolve a business partnership and move on, but don’t forget to talk to a partnership dispute attorney in Seattle or Portland for more personalized and timely advice.
Is It a Serious Dispute?
There are all kinds of business disputes that could sour a partnership. You might disagree on everything from how to grow revenues to which location is right. Any dispute could potentially become too contentious to resolve, but it’s helpful to put things in perspective. If you’ve been in business together for a long time, you’ve come to understand each other’s points of view and likely value each other’s input. Your Seattle business lawyer can tell you if you have a strong chance of coming out ahead in a partnership dissolution, but it’s generally better to use dissolving the business as a last resort.
If you’re interested in working with NWBizLaw, contact Eric Helmy – our business litigation attorney in Seattle. Reach out online or call (206) 565-0090 to schedule a consultation that can help you understand how we can assist you.
Our Business Litigation Services
At NWBizLaw, we’ve been dedicated to providing high-quality service to business owners since 2009. Over the years, our portfolio of available services has grown to include a variety of matters that can affect any business owner.
We can help you litigate business matters such as:
- Dissolution and breakup
- Breach of contract
- Partnership disputes
- Violation of civil rights
- Creditor rights
- Collections and asset recovery
- Restraining orders, injunctions, and emergency relief
Although your situation is unique, it’s likely that we’ve helped a past client achieve a favorable outcome in a case like yours. If you’re facing a legal challenge in any of these areas, take advantage of a free initial consultation with our business litigation attorney in Seattle.
Has the value of your business been adversely impacted by someone who has taken something from you? Whether it’s physical property or intellectual property and trade secrets, you may be able to file a conversion claim.
We’ll help you conduct an investigation to identify who is responsible for the loss and help you craft a trial story that can force your adversary into a settlement that favors your company. Your whole business may depend on conversion, so don’t wait to reach out to an attorney who can help!
Defamation, Slander & Libel
Your company’s reputation can be vital to its survival as a viable business. When someone defames your business through a false oral (slander) or written (libel) statement, you can legally hold them accountable for it. If you intend to sue, however, you should be prepared to prove that the defamatory statements were factually false and resulted in serious economic damage to your company.
For help with these or other business law matters affecting your company, contact us online to schedule an initial consultation and learn more about how we can assist you.