Business Disputes

Business litigation is the ultimate legal method for settling disputes between business organizations. A lawsuit is brought before a court of law with jurisdiction by the litigants (parties involved), for resolution. A business may be facing breach-of-contract issues, or a client might be suing the business. A business litigation attorney prepares the written and oral arguments and formulates what a winning resolution would be for his/her client. Even though small business owners may not feel the need to have a business litigation lawyer on retainer, they do need one. It would be best to interview several prospects suitable to handle the type of case one is facing, ensuring the business gets over the hurdle of litigation and fulfills its business goals. A business should explore the options and talk to colleagues in the same industry to acquire information on great business litigation lawyers they’ve used. A transactional attorney may also be able to recommend a strong business litigation lawyer.

Exploring Options

Different business litigation attorneys specialize in different types of lawsuits and have different types of litigation styles as well. You want to choose an attorney who pursues a lawsuit, keeping in mind the relationship you have with the other party. One may find a business litigation attorney who is specialized in breach of contract cases only but knows very little about sexual harassment law. Furthermore, the position of the litigation defense an attorney will take depends on many things including whether the business is suing or is the one being sued. A skillful business litigation attorney should have sufficient experience dealing with businesses so to be in a position to counsel on how the litigation will affect the important aspects of the business — such as the reputation of the company, the growth of the business, and the bottom line. It is important to have an early idea of how the lawsuit will affect the business both during litigation and after you come out of it.

Ely Business Litigation Attorney

An accomplished Ely business litigation attorney analyses the case and makes the best possible assessment on what the chances of victory are. He/she must have contemplated what it will entail getting there. For every hour spent in a courtroom, there should have been many hours spent outside, researching, and coming up with hard facts that determine the case. Trials are a balanced combination of analyzed background research and courtroom persuasion skills that will convince the jury to look at the case from the attorney’s point of view. This background work that prepares for the trial is, therefore, the most important part of winning.

Business owners need to be careful of inexperienced attorneys who try to oversell a client’s chances of winning. A skillful Ely business litigation attorney will first look at any alternatives that resolve the case short of a trial. The most common alternative is arbitration. Any good Ely business litigation attorney will try to avoid going to trial because it puts the business at the greatest risk.

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Our Skilled Attorneys


H1 Law Group is a sophisticated litigation firm with a strong dedication to client advocacy and cost efficiency. Our attorneys are known for delivering outstanding service and commitment to our clients. We are regularly called upon to handle our clients’ most difficult and challenging litigation issues.

Las Vegas Office

Eric Hone


Elias George


Moorea Katz


Joel Schwarz


Jamie Zimmerman


Jill Garcia


Lisa Stewart

Litigation Support Manager

Salt Lake City Office

Shalise Zobell


Joshua Slade


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