Experience matters when choosing an attorney to represent you in business and commercial disputes. Sometimes conflicts arise over a contract’s intention or meaning, sometimes conflicts are due to a breach in contract and sometimes there are collection issues. Obtaining the services of a seasoned attorney at Jackson, Landrith & Kulesz, PC can help you get resolution. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing automobile dealerships, manufacturing companies, and service companies throughout Arlington. We understand that immediate action is needed in a business or commercial dispute and we are prepared to act quickly to protect your rights and interests. Contact our attorneys at 817-226-1100 today.
What types of disputes can Jackson, Landrith & Kulesz, PC handle for my business?
Breach of contract: Failure of one party to fulfill any of its contractual obligations. This may occur when a party fails to perform on time, does not perform in accordance with the terms, or does not perform at all.
Collections: Regardless of the high quality of your service or product, customers may not pay what they owe. Our attorneys can negotiate any outstanding issues and expedite payment by acting on your behalf.
Business Torts: Includes misrepresentation, contract interference, unfair competition or other civil wrong.
Partnership disputes: Any dispute with a partner or partners will significantly impact your business as well as your personal life. Since emotions can impede any resolution, it is imperative to take proactive measures early by hiring one of our attorneys.
Shareholder issues: May include asset division, buy-sell agreements, dissolution or fiduciary duty. Disputes often occur when shareholder agreements are not followed or were not properly drafted.
Breach of fiduciary duty: Allegations that one’s actions are contrary to his obligation to act in the best interest of another party whether its shareholders, trust’s beneficiaries or a client.
Fraud: A false representation of a matter of fact – whether by words or conduct, or by concealment of what should have been disclosed – that is intended to deceive another so that the victim will act upon it to his or her injury.
Trust Jackson, Landrith & Kulesz, PC attorneys to protect your business with any conflict. Please call us at 817-226-1100.