& Los Angeles
has over 15 years of experience as litigators. We are widely respected in the legal community as diligent and knowledgeable attornies. Our experience provides us with the insight necessary to determine the most cost effective strategy for your business litigation.
Partnership, Shareholder, and Corporate Disputes: violation of a fiduciary duty can make partners, directors, or officers liable for business mistakes.
Breach of Contract: after formation of any contract a breach can result in expectation and incidental damages.
Fraud and Misrepresentation: fraud and violations of California or federal securities law arise when material misstatements of fact are made to unlawfully encourage business transactions.
Intellectual Property: the protection of trademarks and copyrights are crucial to the success of a business.
Employment Disputes: only an experienced lawyer can guide you through the maze of state, federal, and tort law that make up the world of employment law.
Real Estate Disputes: transactions involving real property are complex and leave a lot of room for disputes to arise.
Other Business Litigation Matters: interference with contract or business can be remedied through litigation.
More on Business Litigation
The last thing you may want is being involved in a lawsuit. But sometimes you either have no choice or you have no better choice. If this is where your company is now, get legal representation either to defend your interests in a legal claim or to file a legal action against another party to protect your legal rights and financial interests. We can help your company at a time when it needs help the most.
You want to focus your time, energy and resources on running your business but your company may be be sued by another party. You need to have your rights protected and keep your businesses from being pulled down by the weight of the time, energy and expense that can come with defending a lawsuit. A business needs legal representation that can effectively and efficiently protect your interests while not draining your resources.
A serious dispute may also arise between you and a partner, contractor, employee, landlord, tenant or insurance company. If you feel this may head towards the courthouse, obtain legal representation as soon as possible. The earlier an attorney can get involved the more prepared you can be to protect yourself and prevent you from taking actions or making admissions that may limit your ability to sue the other party.
You may not have high regard for plaintiffs in lawsuits but it may be in your company’s best interests to become one. If you’ve been treated unfairly, a party has infringed on your intellectual property rights, defrauded you, violated a contract or harmed your business by slandering or libeling your business, if you don’t stand up for your rights, who will?
No matter which side of a legal dispute you find yourself on, representing your own business could be a huge mistake. Based on the type of legal entity you use for your business, you may have no choice but to hire an attorney to represent your company.
You may know your business inside and out, your industry and how to be successful, but you may not know much about the law and how the legal system operates. Mistakes you make while trying to represent your business can hamstring your defense or ability to sue the other party. Prior mistakes on your part may have lead to legal action being threatened or actually filed. Don’t make the situation worse by trying to be your company’s lawyer too.
Ideally you can be proactive and prevent disputes and problems from starting a lawsuit. If that’s not possible, Tony Liu, the founder of the Focus Law, has 15 years of experience as a litigator and is widely respected in the legal community as a diligent and knowledgeable attorney. Tony Liu’s experience provides the insight necessary to determine the most cost effective strategy for your business litigation.
Success in business litigation requires experience, diligence, and practical knowledge about how the legal system works and what needs to be done for a client to be successful. To learn more schedule a consultation with an experienced California business litigation attorney by Calling (714) 415-2007 now.
Success in Business Litigation
Breach of Contract Non-Compete Agreements Partnership / Shareholder / LLC and LLP Disputes Business Fraud Tortious Interference with Contract or Prospective Advantage Unfair Competition Unfair Competition by Employees and Former Employees Trade Secret Intellectual Property – Trademark and Copyright Infringement Emergency Commercial Litigation