Are you stuck in a contract dispute?
Do you suspect a rival of unfair competition?
Are you aware of fraud against the government?
Contact a business attorney at Burg Simpson Ohio as soon as possible. Business and corporate litigation issues are complicated, time-consuming, and expensive. Don’t try to handle a business dispute on your own, Burg Simpson can help. Call 513-852-5600 right now to speak with an expert commercial litigation lawyer in Ohio or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form here.
OUR BUSINESS ATTORNEYS PROVIDE REPRESENTATION FOR THE FOLLOWING CASES:
WHAT IS BUSINESS AND COMMERICAL LAW?
Business and commercial law are typically lumped together because they go hand-in-hand so often. The best attorneys familiar with one are trained in the other.
Business law, which covers both state and federal statutes, generally encompasses issues such as stocks, investments, workplace safety, employment laws, and the environment. Commercial law is a set of regulations that govern commercial transactions.
Business owners are often fiercely independent individuals, and would love nothing more than to manage their own business transactions. But when it comes to the complex rules and regulations surrounding commercial and business litigation, even the most experienced business owners need effective legal counsel. Don’t put your company at risk by trying to handle you own commercial legal matters. Speak to a corporate attorney in our Ohio office before it’s too late at 513-852-5600 so we can help you with your situation.
WHAT ARE CONTRACT DISPUTES?
There’s no area of business that needs the advice of objective legal assistance as much as contract disputes. Experienced counsel can often prevent time-consuming, and expensive, litigation that almost always ends with a pair of disgruntled parties and, in its place, can grow into an amiable resolution.
Disagreements between business partners can vary widely. They may start as a disagreement over day-to-day duties, a division of assets, the ownership of some intellectual property, or even plans after the company’s dissolution of the original partnership. Our commercial litigation law firm will look out for your best interests, double-check current contracts, obligations and liabilities, and confirm your compliance with standard dissolution requirements.
Dispute resolution that avoids cumbersome litigation completely is preferred, but it’s not always the most realistic option. The Cincinnati attorneys at Burg Simpson bring a level of experience and confidence to your negotiations so your company can work through disputes before they make it to a courtroom – if possible. But when negotiations stall and trial is unavoidable, we will take your fight to the courtroom. Call us before you begin any contract discussions at 513-852-5600 or fill out our Free Case Evaluation form now.
WHAT IS QUI TAM LAW?
From the Latin for “who as well,” a qui tam action is a suit brought by a private individual against another person or a company who is suspected of defrauding the government or of violating a government rule. These suit fall under the False Claims Act, a federal law that allows the individual to file on behalf of the government in exchange for a monetary reward. This action is more commonly known as whistleblowing.
In addition to federal laws, Ohio also has its own whistleblower protections in place that require a potential whistleblower to follow specific procedures to qualify for protection. If you have non-public information about a fraud against the government, you need confidential, secure, and legal help regarding your rights and any potential for compensation. It’s imperative that you speak with an experienced, qualified Ohio business law attorney before you take action and go public.
The act of whistleblowing requires an action-oriented mindset, a great deal of patience, and the knowledge and experience of a litigation lawyer. These suits can quickly turn complicated, requiring a lot of research, organization, and presentation of facts to prove and support the fraud in question against the government.
Burg Simpson Ohio also welcomes any opportunity to foster a co-counsel relationship with trial attorneys seeking to work with qui tam counsel. We have a long record of success in bringing these complex cases to a desirable conclusion. Contact us immediately at 513-852-5600 if you’re interested in working with Burg Simpson’s Ohio office.
FOR HELP WITH YOUR BUSINESS LITIGATION MATTERS
Burg Simpson in Ohio can handle a range of business and commercial litigation issues. Our lawyers in Cincinnati will work with your whether you’re a small business owner or a Fortune 500 company. Call us as soon as possible at 513-852-5600 so we can help! Burg Simpson is a business litigation law firm that has the expertise necessary to evaluate your case and look out for you and your company’s best interests.