Business Litigation

Operating a business is hard enough.  When companies get sued or are owed money, sometimes they are unfamiliar with the legal process because they have never had reason to get involved in a legal dispute before.  The Law Office of Cynthia R. Lamm believes the role of an attorney is to provide guidance through the litigation process and to help companies work towards a fair and appropriate resolution.

An attorney should also work closely with the client to help the company evaluate the risk and value of claims against the company, to help protect the company’s rights, and to help the company determine the cost effectiveness of pursuing claims on the company’s behalf.

Whether a family-owned business, or large corporation, companies need to defend their interests.  Those interests may include the need for representation in business litigation.  The Law Office of Cynthia R. Lamm advises and represents clients in connection with legal needs in lawsuits, arbitrations, and mediations.  Some common areas where businesses may desire representation include:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Breach of Warranty
  • Collections
  • Construction Defects
  • Employment/wage & hour claims
  • Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
  • Product Liability
  • Unfair Business Practice
Note/Disclaimer:  This website is a publication of the Law Office of Cynthia R. Lamm.  The information contained on these pages was created for general purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific set of circumstances or facts. If you have a specific legal question or problem, you are urged to consult with your own attorney concerning your specific situation.
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