Colorado Business / Commercial Litigation

Financial, Security & Investment Disputes – Colorado Commercial Litigation Attorney

Security Investment Disputes - Denver Corporate Litigation Lawyer - Colorado Burg Simpson If you’re engaged in a banking, lending, securities, or other investment dispute, Burg Simpson can help you resolve it. Our Colorado commercial litigation lawyers have decades of experience in litigating financial and investment disputes. We have the experience and resources necessary to help evaluate and resolve the dispute in a cost-effective manner, whether through negotiated settlement or trial, if necessary.

Disputes over assets – whether its stocks, bonds, marketable securities, commodities or trusts – can make or break even the strongest businesses. We pride ourselves in offering both national and international corporations, regional and local businesses, as well as individuals, the very best legal representation when business or commercial disputes arise. We handle routine conflicts as well as the most complex of litigation. If you need legal help, reach out to a Colorado corporate litigation attorney at Burg Simpson right away by calling 303-792-5595.

Negotiating agreements and resolving disputes are an everyday part doing business. Some of the more common financial, security, and investment disputes we handle for our clients include:

  • Stock distribution: Disagreements over a company issuing stock frequently center on the subject of price, but conflicts can also arise over how that stock is distributed, too, among other things.
  • Fund access: Business partners frequently clash over the ability to access certain corporate assets.
  • Disclosure: Corporate investments have to be handled carefully, and only after full disclosures are made to investors. Otherwise, companies run the risk of exposure to allegations of fraud.
  • Foreign investments: Domestic investments are complex enough, but investing overseas can add a layer of complications that intimidate most businesses – and their attorneys.
  • Fiduciary duty breach: Fiduciary duties can exist in a variety of business relationships. Simply put, when a party agrees to act for the benefit of another, they become involved in a fiduciary relationship.

If you need assistance dealing with any of these corporate disputes, you need the assistance of experienced legal counsel to help protect your interests and those of your business. Call a Denver corporate litigation lawyer at Burg Simpson immediately at 303-792-5595 for help.

A breach of contract occurs when any party fails to perform any term of the contract without a legitimate legal excuse. Breach of contract is one of the most frequent reasons for lawsuits. Typically, these disputes can be resolved if the parties can agree on a contract modification.

The statute of limitations on contract breach claims can vary wildly, depending on the circumstances. Generally speaking, Colorado allows three years for a breach lawsuit over a written contract, two years for an oral agreement, and two years for tort actions stemming from a breach of contract.

If you’re involved in a dispute over a legal agreement, whether its employment contracts, non-competes, or buy-sell agreements, please reach out to the Denver corporate litigation lawyers at Burg Simpson by calling 303-792-5595 now.

CALL BURG SIMPSON ATTORNEY AT LAW FOR HELP

If you need strong courtroom advocacy in a financial or investment dispute, the Colorado corporate litigation attorneys at Burg Simpson are here to help. Contact us today at 303-792-5595 to speak with an experienced trial attorney.

Washington Capitol Building

 December 12, 2018

Letter Urging Senate to Defend Democracy Co-Signed by Former Senator Al Simpson

A week after giving his moving eulogy at late President George H.W. Bush’s wake, former Republican Senator Alan K. Simpson joined with forty-three other former Senators across party lines in publishing a letter to the Washington Post. This co-signed letter urges the current Senate to embrace a bipartisan defense of democracy and constitutional values as… Read more »

 December 6, 2018

Retired Firefighters Get Burned When Health Care Benefits are Terminated

Attorney Brian Matise at Burg Simpson handles complex civil litigation cases, and he has taken the lead on the West Metro Case. This case involves the distribution of more  than $1.8 million in funds that remained in a trust that was committed to fund health insurance benefits for 73 retired firefighters and their dependents. These… Read more »

Former Sen. Alan Simpson (R-WY) gives eulogy for late President George W.W. Bush

 December 5, 2018

Former Senator Al Simpson Eulogizes President George H.W. Bush

This morning, former Senator Alan K. Simpson (R-WY) celebrated the life of former President George H.W. Bush, his long-time friend and colleague. Speaking of the man’s warmth and integrity, Sen. Simpson delivered a moving speech on President Bush’s legacy of integrity, loyalty and sacrifice. When speaking to the press, Alan Simpson spoke on the difficulties… Read more »

Honorable Alan K. Simpson hero image

 December 4, 2018

Former Sen. Alan Simpson, R-Wyo., to Remember George H.W. Bush at Wednesday’s Funeral

Former Sen. Alan Simpson, R-Wyo., to remember George H.W. Bush at Wednesday’s funeral at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. The former senator, a colleague and longtime friend of George and Barbara Bush, will be one of four speakers to deliver the eulogy at the late president’s funeral this week. Simpson and Bush established their… Read more »

Good Lawyers. Changing Lives. – Supporting Communities with Burg Simpson

 November 5, 2018

Good Lawyers. Changing Lives. – Supporting Communities with Burg Simpson

All attorneys at Burg Simpson strive to make our motto more than just words. Both in and out of the courtroom, our attorneys work to support local and national communities by protecting their rights and to making certain that crisis recovery and educational opportunities are available to all. In this video, Burg Simpson shareholder and… Read more »

Massachusetts Gas Explosion – Holding Corporations Accountable

 November 2, 2018

Massachusetts Gas Explosion – Holding Corporations Accountable

The negligence of Columbia Gas caused the massive gas explosions  in Andover, Lawrence and North Andover, MA. After the gas explosions, more than 2,000 people found themselves displaced, and their towns resembled a war zone. These gas explosions could have easily been avoided. Columbia Gas had been warned twice over the last decade that an explosion was… Read more »

Attorney Tom Henderson explains why the Durango 416 Fire aims to hold the Durango-Silverton Railroad accountable.

 November 2, 2018

Seeking Justice for Victims of the Durango 416 Fire

Colorado’s Durango 416 Fire was caused by the Durango-Silverton Railroad’s coal-burning train on June 1, 2018. The blaze has been reported to be the state’s sixth largest forest fire in history, and the fire destroyed homes and businesses in Durango and the surrounding area. Burg Simpson is now representing those affected by the 416 Fire… Read more »

Consumers Must Beware of Body Brokers

 November 2, 2018

Consumers Must Beware of Body Brokers

Body brokers are relatively unchecked and under-regulated by state and federal agencies.  Across the United States, mortuaries and hospices are committing fraud by allowing body brokers to convince families who have lost their loved ones to donate the body “for medical research.” But instead of being donated, the body ends up being dismembered and then… Read more »

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