Lawyers For Corporate and Commercial Litigation

Commercial Litigation within the corporate environment can be complex, time-consuming, and exhausting. Not only are the stakes high financially, but a tarnished company reputation can put a large dent in the company’s bottom line. A litigation lawyer at Achkar Law offers depth and experience in a straightforward, practical manner, to ensure that our clients have full oversight over their options and their related possible outcomes – so that they aren’t blind-sighted down the line.

What is Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is a form of civil action meant specifically to resolve business-related disputes.  There are many explicit laws regulating business activity and allowing businesses to seek damages and relief.

Some examples of laws forming the basis include the:

How are we Different?

Our law firm focuses on employment and commercial litigation matters, we provide experience and knowledge that is focused on the business environment across several industries and business sizes. With our in-depth experience within the business realm, we provide advice that accounts for not only the litigation law side of things but the company’s bottom line as well.

Our corporate and commercial litigation lawyers take pride in serving our clients as partners where we get to know the business, its strengths and weaknesses, and its core needs and values.
By having a down-to-earth approach with our clients, we make sure that our clients are what they are – people – and not just a client file number.

What Can Our Corporate And Commercial Litigation Lawyers Help With?

We can assist with most aspects of commercial litigation whether it is more proactive work such as shareholder agreements. Articles of incorporation, policy implementation, or litigation should the need arise.

Below is a list of matters that a litigation lawyer typically would be able to assist with:

Shareholder Disputes

A litigation lawyer will be able to assist with shareholder disputes, which occur between shareholders of a corporation. Where the company is incorporated and is owned by its shareholders. Disputes between shareholders may arise for several reasons. Including violation of shareholder agreements, breaches of fiduciary duties. Share price and valuation disputes, sale or ownership of businesses. And other disputes that may arise within the corporation.  A shareholder agreement will typically set out the rules for dispute resolution within a corporation once a disagreement arises. Click here for more.

Business Partnership Disputes

Partnerships apply to the owners of companies where the company is not incorporated. The partners split the ownership of the business. Partnerships disputes may arise over the type of partnership it is, the portion of ownership of the business. The involvement and activity of the partners, dissolution of the business, bankruptcy, and misrepresentation among the partners – often lead to costly litigation battles. Click here for more.

Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Certain employees within a company are exposed to sensitive documents which allow them to have access to information that may be vital to the survival of the business. Employees who carry fiduciary duties are expected to act honestly and be diligent. A litigation lawyer will be able to help make decisions that are in the best interest of the company. Click here for more.

Directors and Officers’ Liability

Directors and officers of an organization carry a responsibility that pierces the corporate veil that typically applies. Tue to the corporation being considered a separate legal entity. Directors and officers have a broad responsibility to act reasonably. In good faith and in the organization’s best interest, when overseeing the management of the company. They are also expected to put the needs of the company above their own and to follow all applicable bylaws. To see how a litigation lawyer can help,  click here.

Intentional Interference with Economic Relations

The tort of unlawful interference with economic relations typically requires there to be an unlawful act. Where there was an element of the intention to inflict economic harm. Where the act had accidentally inflicted harm to the economic relation. The courts have generally found it insufficient to be the tort of interference with economic relations.  Click here for more.

Contact Us for Help

If you are an employer or a shareholder and require representation or seeking to clarify your rights, our team of litigation lawyer at Achkar will be happy to help you navigate your matter. Contact us at 1 (800) 771-7882, or email [email protected] and we would be happy to assist.