Success in litigation is essential to protecting your business interests, whether you are pursuing a claim or defending against a lawsuit. Decisions throughout the litigation process must be made with a focus on achieving the long and short-term goals of your business as well as on finding cost-effective and creative approaches that result in the best outcome for your business.
At Sepahi Law Group APC, our attorneys and staff routinely prosecute and defend clients arising in a variety of business contexts and relating to issues of or involving: administrative law; breach of contract and securities; fraud; professional negligence; unfair competition; employment law, including particularized allegations of civil rights; partnership, limited liability company and corporate formation and disputes, including issues involving or relating to shareholders and claims of self-dealing by board directors; and real estate.
We represent small and mid-size businesses in all their business needs throughout San Diego County as well as the rest of California, including Los Angeles and San Francisco counties. Call today to learn how we can provide your business with effective litigation counsel for its benefit.
An Advocate You Can Trust In Business Litigation
The litigation system is inherently adversarial, but there are many things to consider in commercial litigation in addition to a focus on simply winning your case. Your business needs to make strategic choices to achieve the best overall outcome in all disputes that arise, which can range from minimizing publicity, preserving business relationships and keeping focused on the big picture, to simply winning a case at trial.
At Sepahi Law Group APC, our business litigators understand that efforts during litigation need to be part of an overall business plan. We will listen to and respond to the needs of your business in developing a litigation strategy that is right for your situation. Our attorneys can assist with:
- Negotiating an out of court settlement to your business and commercial disputes
- Exploring alternative avenues of dispute resolution including arbitration and mediation to preserve important business relationships and keep business disputes private
- Gathering evidence to help you prevail in business and commercial litigation that goes to court
- Presenting a compelling case to a judge or jury so your legal arguments have the best chance of prevailing
We put the needs of your business first with every case we handle, prioritizing your claim, communicating with you and empowering your business throughout your interactions with the civil court system in California.
Types of Business Litigation Cases
Sepahi Law Group APC has experience representing businesses in all types of disputes including:
- Disputes arising from leases, buy-sell agreements, development projects and construction contracts
- Employment litigation including harassment, defamation and discrimination claims, as well as particularized civil rights claims against businesses
- Actions to enforce non-compete agreements
- Creditor/debtor disputes including cases involving secured transactions and negotiable interests
- Alternative Dispute Resolution such as Arbitration, Mediation and Early Neutral Evaluation
- Breach of contract cases, Business Torts, Intentional Interference
- Shareholder lawsuits
- Fraud and Negligent Misrepresentation
- Federal and state court claims
Our attorneys can serve as general legal counsel during settlement talks when disputes arise, and we can also be your company’s voice in court.
Contact our Business Litigation Attorneys in San Diego Today
Your business needs a trusted legal advocate to help manage risks and work towards positive outcomes on all matters related to your company’s operations.
Sepahi Law Group APC has the experience, knowledge and skills needed to find the best solutions when your business is involved in litigation. Call today to speak with a member of our legal team and learn how our business and employment litigation attorneys in San Diego can assist your company in its litigation matters.