Commercial Litigation Attorneys
Commercial Litigation Attorneys Servicing Business Clients in Metro Atlanta and across Northern Georgia
If you are in business in the state of Georgia, the chances are that you have had to employ the services of a reputable business litigation attorney.
Whether a commercial lawyer was brought in to help you form a business or to settle a contract dispute, competent legal advice is an absolute necessity to avoid interruptions in operations for both small and large businesses alike.
However, when it comes to actually fighting a legal battle in Georgia’s court of law, you are going to need a firm that has practical trial experience in commercial litigation—one that recognizes when it is time to stop negotiating and to start legal proceedings.
At Spaulding Law, our skilled team of lawyers has decades of experience in handling commercial business disputes and litigation for clients in and out of the courtroom, and we are available to provide top-tier representation to you.
What Does A Commercial Litigation Attorney Do, And How Can They Help Me?
Whether you have a supplier or purchaser who is trying to amend a contract in a way that will negatively impact your business, a former employee or vendor who is in violation of a non-compete clause, or a competitor that has infringed upon your patent or trademark, our team of commercial litigation attorneys are prepared to handle the matter in question.
In some situation, all that is needed is a strongly worded letter from an attorney to gain compliance from all parties involved. Other times, it is in our clients’ best interest to renegotiate the contract to avoid a legal battle. And in some cases, litigation is the only way to avoid a shutdown.
At Spaulding Law, we realize that no two situations are exactly the same. Our attorneys take the time to learn about our client’s needs and goals, even before offering legal advice. Then together, our legal team can map out the optimal strategy to achieve success in the state of Georgia’s court system.
In The State of Georgia, When Is Litigation Necessary?
Ultimately, the client decides whether or not to go forward with legal action. Our qualified commercial litigation attorneys will exhaust all non-litigation options as long as it appears that there is something to be gained from negotiation outside of the courtroom.
However, if it appears that the dialogue is no longer fruitful, and your needs are not being met, the experienced attorneys of Spaulding Law are very familiar with the ins and outs of Georgia’s civil court system and can successfully fight for your rights.
Choose The Right Commercial Litigation Firm To Represent You
Although many commercial lawyers are competent to deal with minor contract disputes or legal skirmishes between competitors, not all of them are prepared to pursue your claim into the courtroom. Before selecting a corporate lawyer, make sure that his or her firm handles all levels of commercial law—a firm like Spaulding Law.
To make an appointment with one of our law firm’s commercial litigators, fill out our contact form or give us a call at (470) 336-5562.