Daytona Beach Business Disputes Attorney
Sensible Legal Services for Business & Ownership Disputes
Business disputes can come from all directions, from inside and out. For most businesses, the bottom line with business disputes is the bottom line. The best resolution to a business dispute is one that gets it behind the business as quickly as possible, without too much harm being done. Snell Legal has an abundance of experience resolving all types of business disputes through informal negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and litigation. Our business disputes lawyer has decades of experience handling challenging disputes, both internal and external, for businesses large and small, including family-owned businesses. We can assess your situation and work with you to devise a plan for the most ideal resolution of the dispute.
Involved in a business dispute in Daytona Beach, somewhere else in Florida, or in another state? Call Snell Legal at (386) 866-3033 to discuss the particulars of your dispute. We can travel to you and help — even if, ultimately, the dispute heads to litigation in state or federal court.
External Business Disputes
Business disputes with third parties — such as vendors, subcontractors, customers, franchisees, and former employees, among others — are almost inevitable. Often the relationship is contractual, but may also implicate various local, state, and federal laws. Depending on how these disputes are dealt with, a valuable relationship may be lost, business reputation may be damaged, and, even worse, profits may be lost.
Internal Business Disputes
Business disputes between owners of a business can be much like a divorce — emotional, distracting, expensive, and maybe even fatal to the business. Unfortunately, these disputes often involve people who are family, friends, and long-time colleagues. It’s personal, stressful, and volatile. Mishandled, it only gets worse and can drag on seemingly interminably. Sometimes these disputes involve improper conduct, such as a breach of fiduciary duty, including the duty of loyalty, breach of a non-compete or non-solicitation agreement, theft of a business opportunity, and interference with a contract or business relationship. Similarly, disputes also arise because of tensions and fallout related to the acts of majority owners versus minority owners.
At Snell Legal, we have gained considerable insight into business dispute dynamics and various strategies that can be effective in getting them resolved. We’re also familiar with the legal claims that can be brought and how to defend them, which is essential to properly determine where the various parties stand with respect to one another. We’re problem solvers and we can work with you to solve the problem you are having between your business and third parties, or between the owners of the business.
Discuss your business dispute with an experienced lawyer by calling (386) 866-3033 and scheduling an appointment.