Business torts can involve fraud, breach of contract, or injury to a company’s reputation that affects shareholders and their families. These practices violate the law and can cause serious damage to a company in terms of financial loss, diminished reputation, and loss of goodwill.
At Cory Watson Attorneys, we have detailed knowledge of Alabama’s commercial laws, and we’re here to help your business. We have the knowledge and resources to determine if you have sufficient grounds to file a lawsuit for damages, and we’re ready to help you and your business. Call (877) 562-0000 or fill out our free initial consultation form to learn more.
Commercial Litigation Cases We Handle
The Alabama business litigation lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys handle all types of commercial litigation torts, including:
- Business and commercial litigation
- Slander and libel
- Tortuous interference with contractual or business relationships
- Intentional interference with contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Negligent misrepresentation
- Breach of employee non-disclosure agreements
- Breach of non-competition or non-solicitation agreements
- Insurance litigation
- Unfair competition and antitrust
Benefit From Our Team-Driven Approach
Our Alabama consumer litigation lawyers possess the collective experience, judgment, and wisdom necessary to solve your complex business issues.
At Cory Watson Attorneys, we focus on your problem, learn its impact on your business, and work closely with you to craft a solution specific to your needs. We then represent and advise you on legal matters related to your case, including issues analysis, risks, and litigation exposure. Contact us 24/7 to get started now.
What Business Owners Should Know
When considering a lawsuit, business owners should be aware of their options. In addition to the courtroom, there are other avenues that might be appropriate, depending on the specific needs of the business.
An alternative dispute resolution (ADR) may be a desirable alternative to litigation depending on your circumstances. If the cause of action is of an eligible size, small claims court may be another venue to consider. Class actions are yet another option the Alabama commercial litigators at Cory Watson Attorneys may pursue on your behalf.
Your Consultation Is Free
If you believe your business has been negatively affected by fraud, breach of contract, unfair competition, or defamation, it’s easy to get the help you need—the business litigation lawyers at Cory Watson Attorneys are standing by to help. Pick up the phone and call (877) 562-0000 or fill out our free initial consultation form today.