Experience23 Years in Practice
CommunicationsKeeping Clients Informed
Common SenseWe're a Business, too

Business & Corporate

All businesses need the full protection available under the law in their ownership and operation. The documents that govern all business activities and relationships, including contracts with partners, suppliers, contractors, distributors, employees and customers should be created or reviewed by a trained lawyer who knows the area of business and corporate law.
Our representation includes a wide variety of business transactions ranging from general contract law and entity formations and dissolutions to issues involving real estate transactions, employment compensation agreements, protection of ownership interests and intellectual property.
Understanding that today's start-up compnies are the business leaders of the future, we're committed to bringing quality legal services, supported by the latest technology, to our clients on a timely basis and at competitive fees. We are able to provide practical advice because we have prior experience whic provides insight that goes beyond tradidtional legal training, and a business-savvy nature that is the hallmark of the way we work with our clients.


The firm has represented clients in a wide variety of litigation matters in state and federal courts. These cases have ranged from straightforward collection efforts to multiple party commercial litigation.
The firm represents plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of commercial cases, including real estate contract disputes, breach of contract, intellectual property infringement, commercial construction disputes, defamation claims, business torts, and collection matters.

Business Litigation

Almost all commercial clients confront litigation or the threat of litigation in the course of their business. The firm has experience in litigation including breach of contract, lease disputes, employment claims, ad valorem tax disputes, and business torts.
Business torts include commercial defamation/business disparagement, interference with contractual or economic relations, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and misrepresentation, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and other acts or claims that affect the success of a business. The firm has also represented clients in mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.

Probate Litigation

With an aging baby boom population, familes increasingly face challenges to their efforts to protect aging and incapacitated family members and their assets. This growth of a wealthy, aging population has unfortunately brought with it an increase in all types of probate litigation.
The firm has experience representing financial institutions, trust companies, investment professionals, and private individuals involved in disputes concerning estates and trusts.
We have experience in all types of probate and trust litigation, in probate court, on appeal, and in mediation, arbitration, or other alternative dispute resolution forums. The firm has handles will contests, guardianships, conservatorships, disputes over the distribution of trust assets, and interpretation of will and trust instruments. These cases have run the full spectrum from high-dollar will contests to smaller family disputes.

Construction Litigation

The firm has experience in the full range of issues that can arise out of a construction project and has represented owners and contractors in matters involving defective workmanship claims, defective design claims, delay claims, contract termination claims, mechanic's liens, and performance and payment bond claims. The firm has also represented clients in mediation and arbitration proceedings involving construction disputes.

Employment Litigation

The firm has represented employers from many insudtries in a variety of litigation matters that arise between employersn and their employees including sexual harassment, wrongful termination, negligent hiring and supervision, covenants not to compete, breack of confidentialilty agreements, misappropriation of trade secrets, invasion of privacy, and defamation claims.


“ Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often a real loser, in fees, expenses, and waste of time. As a peacemaker the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough.”
Abraham Lincoln