Business litigation is a broad category of law that encompasses very diverse issues, from contract disputes to business torts. In general, business litigation involves parties engaged in business disputes and commercial disagreements. Business litigation often involves business partners, rival businesses, and contract partners.
Our business litigation practice areas include:
- Bad Faith Actions
- Consumer Rights
- Insurance Coverage Disputes
- Deceptive Trade Practices
- Securities Fraud
- Business Tort
- Breach of Contract Disputes
- Employment Contract Disputes
- Construction Litigation
Possible recoverable damages include:
- Compensatory damages. Monetary damages intended to compensate the injured party for
the damage caused.
- Liquidated damages. Monetary damages specified in a contract that would be due the
injured party in the event of a breach.
- Specific performance. A court order requiring the terms of a contract to be fulfilled.
- Rescission. The contract is thrown out, and both parties’ performance is excused.
- Reformation. The court changes the terms of the business agreement to reflect what the
parties actually intended when creating the contract.