Business & Commercial Litigation
You have spent years and countless hours and dollars building your reputation and your business. When disputes arise, make sure you have experienced lawyers helping you to protect all that you’ve built.
Why Matthews Eastmoore?
We work on both the plaintiff and defense sides of business and commercial litigation. Whether you are forced to sue someone who has damaged your business or if someone has sued you, we can help. Let us put our experience to work for you. Call us at 941-366-8888 or schedule a free consultation today.
Common Case Examples
Matthews Eastmoore attorneys handle all types of business and commercial disputes, including:
- Business Law and Business Torts including unfair competition, fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, conversion, tortious interference, LLC member and partnership disputes, and more.
- Construction Litigation including construction defects, delays, fraud, and more.
- Contract Disputes and Breach of Contract including commercial and employment contracts, purchase and sale agreements, debts, leases, and more.
- Employment Law including collective bargaining, workplace discrimination, harassment, unpaid wages or benefits, and more.
- Real Estate Litigation including property and lease disputes, purchases, sales, investments, developments, landlord/tenant disputes, and more.
- Shareholders’ Rights including shareholder oppression, minority rights, office or director misconduct, derivative litigation, and more.
When You May Sue
Most business and commercial lawsuits must start within four years of the date of the incident in question. Different types of lawsuits have different statutes of limitations, though, so it is best to talk to your attorney as soon as possible.
Contact Our Team of Experienced Attorneys
The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form. We do not undertake representation of your claims until all parties involved have entered into a signed agreement. If we have not entered into a signed agreement with you, you may want to speak with other attorneys regarding your claims since statutes of limitations may apply.