Seattle Business Attorney
If your company or organization is currently embroiled in some type of business dispute, you are well aware of what a significant disruption a dispute can be. Any disruption in day-to-day business operations can cost you and your partners both time and money. If your business is like most, you have neither to spare.
Common Business Disputes
There are several types of business disputes Seattle business attorneys handle. Business disputes may arise due to:
- Contract disputes – Failure of another party to fulfill the obligations of a contract or an accusation of breach of contract by your company.
- Employment disputes – Accusations against your business alleging violations of fair labor standards, FMLA, or wage and hour laws.
- Partnership or ownership disputes – When partnership or operating agreements give rise to disputes between the partners or owners in your company or organization.
- Commercial fraud – Financial damage caused by another businesses’ commercial fraud or accusations against your company alleging violations of the Consumer Protection Act.
A Seattle business lawyer will be acquainted with these types of cases and will be an expert in the field of business law. To settle the business dispute with as little disruption to your company as possible, you will need the legal services.
Contacting A Seattle Business Lawyer For Assistance
Business disputes can be extremely complicated and difficult to resolve. If you’re in the midst of a business dispute, we urge you to contact the Wallstrom Law Offices for legal assistance.
Mr. Wallstrom has been successful for his clients in more than 96% of his cases over the past 15 years, despite the fact that he often takes cases that have been turned down or lost by other attorneys. He takes only a few cases each year, usually 10 or fewer. And currently, 90% of Mr. Wallstrom’s caseload comes from previous clients and people they refer to him. He does though keep openings for occasional new clients.
To find out how Mr. Wallstrom can help you with your case, call 206-558-9662 or send an email to schedule an appointment.