Tan Ngo Law has extensive experience in handling various business disputes including but not limited to:
Because legal disputes can arise from any number of sources, business owners should be familiar of what business litigation is, and the common types of litigation as it relates to their business and how to best protect against such issues from arising.
Business litigation often involves disputes arising out of commercial and business relationships, including an establishment’s claims against another company, governmental entity, or groups of individuals. The issues in business litigation are typically complex, thus making an attorney’s understanding of the client’s business not only imperative, but also a reliable indicator of the litigation strategy and outcome.
Business owners need to be aware that lawsuits are matters of public record, and therefore any litigation can easily portray the business in a negative light and create negative PR issues for company. As any business owner knows, a company’s reputation and good will is its most precious asset. Lawsuits can cause irreparable damage to reputation of companies, and thus effect its bottom line.
Business owners need to be proactive to preempt any matter that could potentially turn litigious. Unfortunately, business owners often take a “wait-and-see approach” to legal disputes. These individuals do not want to contemplate or confront litigation until a suit is filed. Unfortunately, taking such an approach can be costly. As the famous saying goes: an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
The first step in preparing for possible disputes is immediately contact an experienced legal advisor or attorney in the event a lawsuit could potentially implicate the business. An experienced attorney can provide immediate advice and support in situations to provide the quickest resolution.
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