Businesses — large or small – when dealing with difficult litigation issues need to have attorneys who are not only effective and cost-efficient but most importantly trusted and experienced. At Kan & Clark, LLP, our attorneys understand the difficulties that our business clients face, and that is why we take a collaborative approach by partnering with our business clients to deliver quality, cost-efficient, and personally-tailored representation by truly understanding our client’s goals and also offering flexible fee arrangements.
OurAtlanta business litigation attorneys have a strong record of success representing business clients in complex and high-dollar cases. Our business litigation attorneys have a track-record of success both in and out of the courtroom. If you or your business is faced with a difficult legal matter, count on our knowledgeable and experienced business litigation attorneys to help you achieve your goals.
Whether it is a dispute regarding an employment contract, a vendor contract, corporate governance, fraud or the dissolution of your business, Kan & Clark has the experience necessary to efficiently handle any business litigation matter. Specifically, our business litigation practice includes:
- Contract disputes — Regardless of the complexity of the contract, we have experience both defending and prosecuting difficult contract disputes.
- Buy-sell agreements — If a prospective buyer or seller refuses to honor the sale or purchase of a company, or misrepresents a material term in the purchase or sell of the company, count on our experienced business lawyers to protect your company or assets.
- Employment contracts
- Non-competition agreements
- Non-solicitation agreements
- Fraud — If you believe that your business has been defrauded or that your assets have been misappropriated, our experienced business lawyers can help you recover these assets
- Corporate governance
- Business dissolution — If you or your business partner(s) are unable to effectively manage the business, sometimes the only choice is to dissolve the company. In such cases, many complex issues such as unpaid liabilities, contingent liabilities, return of capital contributions and loans to the company usually arise. You need an experienced business litigation attorney to ensure you fully understand the ramifications of the dissolution and to protect your rights.
- Partnership or Shareholder disputes –If you have been wronged by a business partner, joint venturer, trustee, administrator, advisor or other party, then we may be able to help.
In many cases, we can work on a contingency basis eliminating the burden of high hourly rates and monthly bills. In addition to assisting our business clients with disputes, we also offer a full range of services pertinent to running a business successfully. Click here for information about more of our services for business. We serve the Atlanta area as well as the surrounding metro counties, including Cobb, Dekalb, Gwinnett, and Fulton.