Commercial Litigation

Los Angeles Commercial Litigation Firm

Helping Clients Sort Out Complex Commercial & Business Disputes

When you are in the middle of a commercial or business dispute, you need a legal team that has the experience to help you effectively argue your side and protect you from being taken advantage of. At Robins Cloud LLP, we understand how much these disputes can weigh on you and how the burden of carrying this weight can easily impact all the other facets of your life.

When your livelihood is at the center of a legal conflict, do not settle for less when choosing a commercial litigation team. Our Los Angeles attorney team at Robins Cloud LLP boasts skilled legal professionals who are ready to protect you from parties that have committed professional malpractice, fraud, trade libel, and/or intellectual property theft, as well as in many other types of commercial disputes.

To experience the peace of mind that comes with working with a seasoned commercial litigation team, contact Robins Cloud LLP onlinetoday.

What Is Commercial & Business Litigation?

Commercial litigation, also known as business litigation, refers to any type of dispute pertaining to business matters. A commercial dispute can, therefore, take many forms.The most common types of commercial disputes include the following:

  • Breach of contract: when one party does not fulfill their contractual obligation to the other.
  • Intellectual property dispute: when one party violates another’s copyrighted or trademarked business concept or data.
  • Fraud dispute: any dispute arising from the misrepresentation of facts, such as financial records.
  • Partnership dispute: a dispute that arises between two parties due to an insufficient or poorly constructed partnership agreement.
  • Breach of fiduciary duty: when one party acts in a way that violates their fiduciary duty (the duty to act in the best interest of the business without compromising ethics or morals).

Commercial Litigation Concerning Professional Malpractice

A professional malpractice claim is a grievance filed by a customer, client, or partner over a service that was not provided as promised or up to industry standards. In other words, a commercial dispute is at the heart of many professional malpractice claims. As you could imagine, any professional could commit malpractice when it is put in these terms, from an architect to a bioengineering company.

Is It Worth It to Hire a Commercial Litigation Lawyer?

Business disputes are typically quite complex, making them into an ordeal most people do not want to face alone. In many cases, it is a wise decision to work with a commercial litigation lawyer to protect yourself and your rights. Hiring an attorney provides you with a strong chance of reaching a settlement you can agree to in good faith, as you can rest assured that there is no underlying loophole waiting to work to your disadvantage.

In addition, if the business dispute involves a large corporation or a wealthy party, it is almost expected that the side with more at stake will have a team of lawyers. If the other side has their own attorney team, it is best if you have your own as well. Going up against legal professionals alone is never a good idea.

Does Business Litigation Ever Proceed to Trial?

Many business litigation cases are resolved outside of court through a settlement. In fact, most of the time, the parties involved find it preferable to sort out a legal dispute outside the courtroom because it keeps matters private. That being said, a skilled attorney will know how to leverage the other party’s preference for keeping the matter out of the courtroom.

Our lawyers at Robins Cloud LLP are not afraid to leverage the option to take the case to court. Our reputation of trial success will let the other side know that you are serious about your conditions regarding a settlement, that you will not be scared into taking an insufficient deal, and that you are fully prepared to proceed to trial if needed.

Resolve Your Commercial & Business Disputes

Backed by three decades of experience, Robins Cloud LLP’s Los Angeles business litigation team knows that business disputes are extremely complex matters. Our team is proactive in that we will work with you to negotiate with the other party with a specific goal in mind: a settlement that works in your favor. We are also reactive in that we can dexterously identify and address complex issues as they arise.

Robins Cloud LLP’s lawyers are committed to client accessibility, and we often provide clients with our personal phone numbers so they can reach us directly. We understand that no one wants to be stuck in a legal battle for longer than they have to. With our firm’s many seasoned attorneys and vast pool of resources, Robins Cloud LLP will fight to efficiently resolve your dispute so you can move on to bigger and better things.

Call Robins Cloud LLP at (800) 691-2363 today to speak to a member of our Los Angeles business litigation team.

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