Los Angeles Business Contract Litigation Lawyers
Contract Disputes ◦ Business Litigation
Many businesses turn to Lederer & Nojima LLP for experienced, zealous representation in contractual disputes and other business litigation matters.
To schedule a consultation regarding a breach of contract, compensation issue, or other business dispute, contact us.
We have Handled Hundreds of Business Contract Cases
Our attorneys have handled hundreds of business disputes covering a wide spectrum of contractual issues. With our experience, we are often successful at readily resolving conflicts through well-prepared and meaningful negotiations with opponents.
Bringing About Fulfillment of Contractual Agreements
Problems with fulfilling contractual obligations can arise for many reasons. A company may be going out of business and / or under bankruptcy protection, for example. Misunderstandings or labor difficulties may be the root cause of the alleged breach of contract.
Recovery of Lost Revenue through Negotiations, Litigation
Through negotiations conducted by experienced business contract lawyers of Lederer & Nojima LLP, our clients often recover revenue, or monies due and owing, that would otherwise be lost altogether. An acceptable payment schedule, or a plan to perform incomplete work, may be agreed upon as a cost-effective resolution for both sides of a dispute.
Zealous, Experienced Contract Law Litigators: Lederer & Nojima
In other cases, some opponents are willing to attempt to outspend the other side on attorney's fees in pursuit of a resolution in their favor. In the event that a breach of contract matter must go to court, our lawyers are zealous, experienced litigators capable of protecting a client's legal rights and financial interests throughout the course of a conflict. We take contract disputes to state and federal court as necessary, exploring all available avenues to a favorable outcome for our business clients.
Contact an experienced Los Angeles contract dispute lawyer to schedule a consultation regarding a business-related breach of contract, a minority shareholder dispute, or a business dispute involving operating agreements or partnership agreements. Se habla español.