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Business Litigation

Business Litigation Attorneys in Atlanta, GA

Resolve Your Complex Business Dispute Today

Buckley Bala Wilson Mew has an understanding of all types of business disputes. Whether it’s a family business, trust, or company with many shareholders, we have years of experience. Our team is full of knowledge when it comes to negotiating or litigating any of the issues in a closely held business.

Assistance with Ownership Disputes

Ownership disputes include partnership and shareholder disputes. While business partners should be able to trust one another, sometimes business partners breach that trust. This can be considered violating the terms of the business agreement. The same can be true of the duties shareholders owe to each other.

As the owner of a small business, here are the type of problems you could get into:

  • Dispute over ownership
  • Disputes with vendors, suppliers, and other companies
  • Disputes with insurers for covered business losses (get into bad faith)
  • Malpractice by company professionals such as accountants and attorneys

Consult a business litigation attorney in Atlanta, GA at Buckley Bala Wilson Mew LLP as soon as possible. For all inquiries, contact (404) 781-1100 or complete an online form. We are ready to answer your questions.

Breach of Contract

Most business litigation matters originate from a breach of some type of contract.

A breach of contract can occur in any of the following situations:

  • Business sales and merger agreements
  • Construction contracts
  • Franchise agreements
  • Investment and capital agreements
  • Lease agreements
  • Non-compete agreements

One common way this happens is if someone breaks a company operating agreement or contract with a vendor. Simply put, this means the other party in your contract fails to do what is required of them according to the terms or promises you agreed upon.

Some ways a party may commit a breach of contract include:

  • Not being paid after you performed your end of the bargain
  • Not receiving a product or service that you paid for under the contract
  • Having a former employee work for a competing company or start their own business
  • A tenant who refuses to pay rent on time or vacate the property at the end of the lease

Have any of these situations have arisen for you? A business litigation attorney in Atlanta from our experienced team is waiting to hear from you. Call  Buckley Bala Wilson Mew LLP at (404) 781-1100.