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business litigation Westlake

Business litigation is common in Westlake, and although all of us would like to avoid it, business litigation is often unavoidable. Litigations can be long, pretentious, and drawn-out. Not to mention, lawyer fees can become costly for business owners. The good news is that we can often recover legal costs when our client has a strong case. To determine if you have a strong case and if business litigation is the right course for you, contact Schneiders & Associates. We offer business litigation in Westlake, and we provide free consultations.

Schneiders & Associates provides business litigation in Westlake. In addition to business litigation, Schneiders & Associates practices business law, employment law, non-profit law, and other areas of law. If you think we can help you, contact our law firm today for a free, no-obligation consultation. We’ll listen to your case, give you some advice, and go from there.

What is Business Litigation?

Of course, the term “business litigation” is a broad term that is used to describe a rather general area of civil litigation. Business litigation can affect almost any aspect of business or your involvement with your business. It is important to choose a law firm that specializes in this broad area of practice in all of its types. Here are some of the different kinds of litigation that we provide for to our clients:

Breach of contract

A breach of contract occurs when a contract between yourself and another individual or an entity is violated, and the result of the breach causes you to suffer damages. This is probably the most common type of business litigation we see.

Shareholder and partnership disputes

In these types of scenarios, Schneiders & Associates will usually represent a minority owner in a business against a majority owner in a business as a result of some kind of tort. This is usually a breach of fiduciary duty committed by the primary owner of the business against you.

Various business torts

“Business torts” refer too the many different kinds of actions we may bring in a lawsuit on your behalf. Some typical business torts include breach of fiduciary duty, fraudulent misrepresentations, and negligent misrepresentations. A breach of fiduciary occurs when an individual who has power over you or has taken up responsibility concerning yourself in a business capacity has breached their duty. As a result of that breach, you have suffered damages.

In the case of negligent misrepresentation or fraudulent misrepresentation, someone has made a representation to you that would end up being incorrect. You relied upon that representation, and as a result of your reliance on that representation, you suffered damages.

Contact Us

Every case is different, so your case will not be like any other. Contact Schneiders & Associates if you think you need business litigation in Westlake. We are attorneys who are experienced and take a stand for justice. Let us protect your best interests in court. Request a free consultation so we can determine if Schneiders & Associates is the right law firm for you.

business litigation Westlake


  • What kind of cases do you handle?
  • Family Law Cases such as:

    – Divorce- both contested and uncontested, same sex and gray divorce

    – Custody

    – Support

    – Alimony/ Maintenance

    – Equitable Distribution

  • Intellectual Property cases such as:

    – Patents

    – Copyrights

    – Trademarks, Service Marks and Trade Dress

    – Data Privacy

    – Transactional work such as: Terms and Conditions, IP registration and enforcements and cease and desists

    – Any other IP related matter.

  • How much will my matter cost?
    • Our firm has a different philosophy than virtually any other, we try to close cases quickly. We recognize if you are happy, you will refer us clients. In most matters, it will depend on how complicated the facts and/or legal issues are and how willing the parties are to settle.
  • How does your firm have two differing specialties?
    • We spend a lot of money, time and resources to remain experts in our respective fields. Join the parties and opposing counsels who are baffled by our expertise in both areas.

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