Business Litigation

Business litigation deals with resolving problems that arise in the course of a business’s commercial dealings and relationships, which generally involve a fight over money or other assets. 

A typical business litigation case can include issues concerning breaches of contract, breaches of warranty, breach of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, negligence, fraud, breaches of fiduciary duty, misappropriation, director and officer liability, breaches of fiduciary duty, interference with economic advantage, fraudulent transfers, and alter-ego liability, to name a few.  Business litigation may also involve bankruptcy law where adversary complaints in bankruptcy court must be filed to preserve our clients’ rights. 

The McMillan Law Firm represents all sizes of businesses and business entity types, including sole proprietors, partnerships, limited liability companies, private corporations and publicly traded corporations.

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