At the Cole Law Office, we represent businesses involved in disputes with customers, vendors, co-owners and employees. In some cases, this means litigation. However, we are also experienced in helping our clients resolve business disputes through negotiation and settlement. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in business litigation.
Following are just a few of the types of business disputes that we handle for our clients. In many cases, this involves litigation. One of our strengths is that we have extensive trial experience and we will be prepared to take your matter to court if we are not able to get it resolved through negotiation and settlement. That creates negotiation leverage.
Some examples of the issues with which we can help your company follow:
- Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
- Employment Litigation
- Contract Disputes and Litigation
- Debt Collection
- Construction Litigation
Our goal is to prevent disputes before they happen by providing legal counsel to our business clients. When a dispute does arise, we are often able to negotiate a resolution that benefits our client and avoids the time and expense of litigation.
Unfortunately, we are not able to resolve all disputes through negotiation. In that situation, we are aggressive litigators for our clients. We take pride in our ability to handle all types of business litigation, regardless of the level of complexity. We prepare each case thoroughly to litigate all available claims and defenses in court.
We have represented a number of businesses throughout both Vermont and New Hampshire and in other states and have established long-term relationships with our business clients. If you own a business and need experienced business litigation attorneys, please call us at 800-909-LAWS (5297) or email us today for a consultation.
Time is of the essence in any type of business dispute because all cases are subject to statute of limitations or contractual clauses that may limit the time within which you can file a lawsuit. Please call us today to ensure you do not waive any of your rights.