Tempe Business Litigation Lawyers

Business litigation covers a wide variety of business and commercial disputes, including breaches of contract, enforcement of non-competition agreements, trade secret and intellectual property violations, shareholder and partnership disputes, real estate disputes, and several other business-related legal issues

The Tempe business litigation lawyers at Philips Law Group are committed to providing commercial litigation services across Maricopa County. We have experience successfully representing businesses of all sizes. This includes Fortune 500 companies such as Home Depot, Walgreens, Nationwide, State Farm and Marriott.

We encourage you to contact us to review your claim and discuss your legal options during a 100 percent free consultation. We are available 24/7 to take your call.

Contact our office to learn more by calling 1-800-706-3000.

Are Verbal Agreements Legally Binding?

Under Arizona’s Statute of Frauds, certain types of agreements must meet a specific set of criteria in order to be enforced by the court. There must be some form of written memorandum of the agreement. However, this does not mean that the agreement in its entirety has to be in writing.

In the event an agreement falls outside these guidelines, it may still be enforceable, but the burden of proof will generally lie with the party that is requiring these terms of agreement to be met, or by someone authorized by the party to sign on his or her behalf.

Business Litigation Services Our Firm Handles

For the past 27 years, Phillips Law Group has been representing individuals and companies in a variety of business and commercial disputes and lawsuits throughout the state of Arizona. Our legal team is prepared to handle numerous business litigation services, including but not limited to the following:

Breach of Contract

In a contract, both parties agree to certain obligations toward one another in some type of exchange. When one or more parties fail to meet the terms of their agreement, this can be considered a breach of contract. A contract may be excusable if one of the parties lacks the mental capacity to make a contract or one of the parties withheld vital information the other party should have been informed of when making the contract.

Corporate, Partnership And Member Disputes

There are many different levels in a business relationship. There are also obligations that are the basis for good faith and fair dealing. Partnerships expect members to carry out their responsibilities effectively in a business operation. In order for partners to make sound business decisions, proper disclosure is also necessary.

When there is a lack of communication and obligations are not being met, disputes can happen that lead to a lawsuit. Corporate disputes can also happen over the acquisition, merging or break-up of a business.

Employment Disputes

These types of disputes commonly centered on worker claims of unfair treatment, hostile work environment and allegations of employment harassment and/or discrimination. These can also include wage and hour disputes and other employment-related issues such as paid time off, health care and maternity leave.

Contractual Disputes

Contractual disputes could include broken or unfulfilled agreements, mispresentation of terms, fraudulent practices, and disagreements related to the interpretation of the contract’s language. A contract is only valid when both parties are willing to accept the terms and conditions.

Intellectual Property Disputes

A company’s intellectual property is fundamental to its success and profitability. Disputes often arise due to patent, trademark, or copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation, or patent misuse, and can cost businesses and individuals a great deal of revenue and profits.

Our attorneys have a proven track record of obtaining compensation on behalf of our clients. Let us help you try to obtain a fair resolution for any disputes you may have with another party.

Call 1-800-706-3000 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form today to get started.

Can Hiring a Lawyer Help My Case?

There are many benefits to hiring an experienced business litigation lawyer to represent you and your business’s best interests. He or she can offer you legal advice on matters that affect you so that you may be able to avoid further issues. A lawyer can also help explain the legal process, including certain tactics the other party may use to discredit you, as well as the evidence needed to build a strong case for compensation.

Business litigation cases are complex and time consuming. It could take months or even years to resolve a case depending on your situation and who else is involved in the dispute. That is why it is important to seek legal representation to ensure that you are brought up to date on all the latest developments in the case.

Contact a Tempe Business Litigation Attorney Now

At Phillips Law Group, we have decades of experience fighting for the rights of business owners in Tempe, Maricopa County, and across the U.S. We have handled many business litigation cases and have successfully represented a number of Fortune 500 companies.

If you need help with your business dispute, we welcome the opportunity to discuss your legal options during a free consultation. A member of our legal team is standing by to take your call.

Our office is located about 10 miles away from the Tempe Municipal Court.

We look forward to helping you. Call 1-800-706-3000 now.

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