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commercial litigation

Disputes are bad for business

Work with a law firm you can
trust to protect your rights.

Litigation is an unfortunate reality that many businesses, whether large or small, will inevitably confront. Even the most cautious and strategic business planning cant always shield a company from every dispute.

At Capital Partners Law, we understand the considerable burden and expense that litigation can have on you or your business.

We’re here to help.

Teamwork is the key to success

We work closely with every client
from start to finish

Successful litigation is about much more than what happens in the courtroom. It begins with thorough investigation, damage analysis, strategy development, and case preparation. Throughout these stages, we strive to work hand-in-hand with each client, ensuring the greatest chances of success from the start.

By aligning our goals and expectations with those of our clients, we’re able to deliver excellent results on a consistent basis.

we understand your business needs

Our comprehensive knowledge & track
record speak for themselves

Our attorneys have a wide breadth of knowledge and experience across numerous industries, allowing us to better represent nearly any type of business, regardless of its size or structure. 

This allows our clients to feel secure throughout the entire litigation process, knowing their case is being handled by a lawyer who truly understands their business needs and priorities.

  • Breach of Contract

  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty

  • Fraud & Deceptive Practices

  • Negligence & Intentional Torts

  • Partnership Disputes

  • Regulatory Compliance

  • Tortious Interference

  • Shareholder Derivative Suits

  • Unfair Competition

  • General Civil Disputes

Effective resolutions across multiple practice areas

We work closely with every client
from start to finish

Successful litigation is about much more than what happens in the courtroom. It begins with thorough investigation, damage analysis, strategy development, and case preparation. Throughout these stages, we strive to work hand-in-hand with each client, ensuring the greatest chances of success from the start.

By aligning our goals and expectations with those of our clients, we’re able to deliver excellent results on a consistent basis.

Understanding the litigation process

While every case is unique, most commercial litigation goes through similar phases. Capital Partners Law represents can represent you every step of the way – even if you are already in the middle of a case.

If you’re about to be or are already involved in a commercial litigation case, here’s what you can generally expect from us as we work to protect your business.

Before the case is filed

• Initial Assessment & Strategy Meetings
• Preliminary Case Review and Investigation
• Assessment and calculation of damages
• Preparation and handling of pre-suit demand letters
• drafting of complaint and other documents required to file suit

After the case is filed - before trial

• In-depth case investigation and gathering of evidence
• Discovery, including Depositions, Interrogatories, and Document Production
• Settlement proposals
• Attendance At Mediation (if necessary or required by the Court)
• Retaining Expert Witnesses (if necessary)
• Pre-trial hearings and conferences

during and after trial

• full case outline and preparation
• attorney-client meetings to prepare for trial
• Jury Selection (for jury trials only; Bench Trials do not have a jury)
• Case Presentation & Verdict
• Judgment Recovery and Collections
• Appeals (if necessary)

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution or “ADR” is a term that refers to a number of options that can be used to resolve a conflict, dispute, or claim without resorting to litigation. The two most popular or well-known types of ADR are mediation and arbitration, however each of these is very different than the other.

In a mediation, the parties in a dispute agree to meet together with a mediator. The mediator’s role is simply to control the format of the mediation and to facilitate dialogue between the parties. He/she is supposed to remain impartial and should not take one side over the other. If the mediation ends without the parties agreeing to a resolution or settlement, the mediation reaches an “impasse” (meaning the parties could not agree) and is concluded.

Arbitration, on the other hand, involves an arbitrator or even a panel of arbitrators (usually no more than 3). Whereas a mediator must remain impartial, an arbitrator’s role is similar to that of a judge. The parties are each allowed to make their arguments and submit evidence to the arbitrator(s), who then weighs all of the testimony and decides which party should prevail or what the final outcome should be. Arbitration can be either binding or non-binding. In a binding arbitration the arbitrator’s decision is final; whereas the decision from a non-binding arbitration must be ratified and approved by the parties to become binding.

Although it may not be as thorough as litigation, ADR has numerous advantages. For one, many ADR processes are cheaper and faster than the traditional legal process. They also tend to be less formal and procedure intensive, making it easier for the parties to prepare and present their case. The parties also tend to have a greater feeling of control over the outcome, as opposed to relying on a judge or jury. 

Although Capital Partners Law is always prepared to represent your business through each step of litigation, we also recognize that sometimes litigation may not be the best route. If your dispute involves a contract, the terms of the contract may also dictate that ADR is required before litigation can be filed. 

Capital Partners Law can represent clients and assist with preparation for both mediation and arbitration. 

Contact us today to see how we can help

We understand not every conflict or dispute goes to trial. By utilizing our vast litigation experience and knowledge, we’re able to develop effective strategies that take our clients’ needs into consideration and help us achieve the resolution they are seeking; sometimes before litigation is ever filed. 

When settlement or early resolution aren’t an option, we’re ready and able to take the battle to the courtroom. The skilled litigators at Capital Partners Law are complex problem solvers with a proven track record of guiding and representing to clients to successful outcomes that protect and maintain their business goals.

We offer complimentary consultations for new clients and always strive to provide top-notch service. We also offer completely remote client onboarding, online credit card payments, Zoom video conferences, and so much more. Fill out our Quote Request Form online or call us toll free at (833) 7-CAPLAW to see how we’re leveraging the latest technology to save our clients time and money.

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