General Civil Litigation
While one might naturally assume that the legal concerns of most business are likely to involve contracts or violations of agreements between two corporate entities, the reality is that there are a host of other matters that might drag them into civil litigation. In some cases, state, federal, or local procedural rules might necessitate obtaining legal representation. In other instances, however, it might become necessary to pursue civil litigation to overcome opposition and to ensure that your company is able to progress according to plan.
If you are a business owner or representative seeking legal counsel, we might be of assistance. Contact the firm of Daily Aljian at 949-861-2524 today.
Types of Civil Litigation
As corporate strategies evolve, the practical side of running a business may clash with some other sector of public life. Consequently, a business owner may decide to pursue civil litigation or might instead be sued. Some of the following disputes may be settled through civil litigation:
- Environmental concerns
- Interactions with government agencies
- Disputes regarding property and landlords
- Libel claims or personal injury lawsuits
Civil law can prove to be a flexible process that generally concludes either with a court decision resolving the matter or a settlement agreement reached by the involved parties. Skilled and experienced legal representation can help you to ensure that your interests are adequately represented and might improve the likelihood of a favorable outcome.
Running a business is often rather complicated, especially when dealing with contentious legal matters. A competent legal advisor may be able to guide a reasonable exchange that leads to a decision or settlement that resolves a dispute. To discuss your case with an attorney today, contact Daily Aljian by calling 949-861-2524.