There is no one size fits all approach when it comes to commercial and business litigation. Corporate law is extremely complex and can involve a number of legal issues, making it imperative that your attorney have significant experience in navigating the multitude of laws and regulations.

Padilla Law Group provides a full spectrum of legal services for a wide range of businesses including middle market companies, financial institutions and start-ups. We offer the experience and resources of a large firm with the efficiency of a small firm. Many of our business attorneys have practiced at large national law firms or served as in-house counsel to Fortune 500 companies. Some are former business owners. This range of corporate experience has allowed the firm to achieve success for our clients in some of the major areas of commercial and business law including:

Breach of Contract: This is where one party fails to fulfill the duties of the terms in a legally enforceable agreement between two or more parties. For example, one party doesn’t perform as promised or breaches a fundamental term of the contract. A breach of contract can also result from one party making it impossible for the other party to perform their duties of the contract. Another example would be an anticipatory breach of contract, which happens when one party realizes the other party is unlikely to fulfill the terms of the contract.

Business Torts: Also called economic torts, these are wrongful acts committed against businesses that cause some sort of financial loss. Business torts can involve a variety of issues including tortious interference, theft of trade secrets, fraudulent misrepresentation, restraint of trade, trade libel and commercial disparagement.

Corporate Disputes: These disputes can arise for a variety of reasons including acquisitions, mergers and divorce involving a business order. In many of these situations, mediation and arbitration are the first steps prior to going to court. In any of these cases, it’s important to have an experienced business attorney to guide you through the process.

Padilla Law Group understands the needs of every business client are unique. That’s why we offer a variety of flexible payment options for both litigation and transactional matters. Creative solutions, including monthly flat fee arrangements, taking an equity interest in a transaction or in a start-up company, or in the case of litigation matters, working on a contingent fee basis or a reduced hourly arrangement with an incentive amount based on the recovery achieved. No matter what your commercial or business litigation involves, the experienced corporate law attorneys of Padilla Law Group are ready to work with you. Contact Us today for a free consultation.