Business-LitigationOur Charleston business litigation lawyers represent entrepreneurs, professionals, small businesses, inventors, and private companies as plaintiffs and defendants in a range of business litigation matters. Business litigation can involve simple business transactions as well as complex business transactions, sometimes involving thousands of pages of corporate legal documents. Prosecuting or defending such lawsuits requires detailed investigation and preparation.

Our corporate attorneys understand that litigation is significant for small businesses – it can be time consuming and costly.   We understand that many business owners, particularly start-ups,  lack the resources, both financial and operational, to handle diversions from their daily business transactions.  For most South Carolina start-ups and small businesses, generally surviving on small profit margins, business litigation costs can often prove disastrous.  Although business litigation expenses can be tax deductible and expensed in most cases, the time cost and lost production of a small business is extremely burdensome for the business owner.  For that reason, our attorneys are sensitive to the legal fees necessary to properly defend or prosecute a business matter and will do whatever we can to provide flexible fees and billing options.

At every stage of the business litigation process, from evaluation of claims, staffing and initial strategy development, to document and information management, through discovery and trial preparation, settlement or verdict, our Charleston business litigation lawyers are cognizant of client needs and zealous in our representation of those clients.

Our Charleston business litigation lawyers represent entrepreneurs, professionals, small businesses, inventors, and private companies as plaintiffs and defendants in a range of business litigation matters.

Our Charleston Business Lawyers Handle a Range of Commercial Litigation Matters:

  • Member Dissociation
  • Consumer Fraud
  • Unfair Business Practices
  • Business Fraud
  • Corporate Misrepresentation
  • Business Interference
  • Noncompete Agreements