The term “Business Litigation” is a broad term that covers a variety of different business disputes. While litigation typically means a trial, disputes that can lead to court are numerous. Some examples of disputes that might be classified as business litigation include when an investor feels cheated or otherwise defrauded by a broker, he may bring a case against that professional. Or if a business feels another company stole their ideas or intellectual property, they might bring a lawsuit to recover damages. Additionally, if shareholders believe business executives breached a fiduciary duty, they may file a lawsuit to remedy the situation. If you're currently involved in a disagreement with a business, or if you're an executive within a business that can't resolve a dispute with another company, you may benefit from the help of experienced legal counsel. Consult a business litigation attorney in your area to find out your legal options.
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