At Daic Law, we find that clients often have many questions about what to expect in the business litigation process. To help our clients and readers get immediate answers to some of the most common questions, we have compiled this list of FAQs about business litigation.
FAQs about Business Litigation
Q: What is business litigation?
A: Business litigation is a specific area of law pertaining to matters of business law, such as forming or dissolving a business, breach of contract, partnerships, bankruptcy, business torts, fraud, and real estate law.
Q: How long does business litigation take?
A: There is no simple answer to this question. Every case is unique, and depending on the individual facts and what is required to establish your case, the business litigation process can take anywhere from a few months to a few years or even longer.
Q: Why do I need a “business litigation” attorney?
A: Business litigation attorneys have specialized training and experience in resolving matters of business law. The knowledge and experience of a business litigation attorney helps clients get efficient, timely, and more favorable case results.
Q: What exactly does a business litigation attorney do for me (what am I paying for)?
A: A business litigation attorney will not only guide you through the legal process, he or she will also help take some of the burden off of you. An attorney will investigate and gather evidence, evaluate options, communicate with other parties involved in the case, and advocate on your behalf.
Q: What do I need to do to prepare for an attorney-client consultation?
A: In the business litigation process, one of the most important things you can do to help your case (and your attorney) is keep excellent records and a chronology of events related to the legal matter. Even small details or records that may seem insignificant to you can be of help to your attorney in establishing your case.
Q: What if I don’t want to go to trial? Are there alternatives?
A: In a business litigation case, you will work with your attorney to find the best option for your case. Many cases can be resolved via alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods like mediation or arbitration. Before agreeing to any of these options, it is best to contact an attorney to make sure your rights are being protected.
Have More Questions about Business Litigation?
This list is only a sample of those most commonly asked. At Daic Law, our business litigation attorney manages cases of all shapes and sizes, and has the resources you need to protect your rights, livelihood, and future business pursuits. Contact Daic Law today to get answers to more specific questions about your case. Call us at (713) 808-5246 or email us at email@example.com