Business Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Kalamazoo Business Litigation Lawyer
Protecting Businesses throughout Michigan
Business litigation can hamper the success of your business and threaten your business's profitability. It is important to resolve disputes promptly, in a manner that meets your business goals.
Mediation, Arbitration and Litigation
At Willis Law, our attorneys have experience representing businesses in disputes in Local, Appellate and Federal Courts. With offices in Kalamazoo and Paw Paw, Michigan, we are a local law firm that is familiar with the judges and lawyers throughout West Michigan. Our firm will represent you through mediation and arbitration, and if that proves unsuccessful, through business litigation. To speak to an experienced attorney about your business dispute, contact us today.
Types of Business Disputes
With experience representing clients throughout the Midwest, our firm understands the importance of aggressive legal representation. Our firm represents people in business litigation related to:
- Shareholder disputes
- Minority oppression disputes
- Contract disputes
- Employment disputes — discrimination, wrongful discharge, noncompete agreement disputes
- Securities, antitrust and trade regulatory disputes
- Construction disputes and liens
- Real estate disputes
- Intellectual property, trade secret and unfair competition disputes
- Environmental matters
- Golf industry-related disputes
- Gaming industry disputes
We will create a plan and budget that you can live with, and will meet your goals.
Litigation in today's business environment means more than just a courtroom. It involves creating plans that deal with problems proactively, and dealing with disputes through mediation and arbitration. To learn more about how to protect your interests, contact us to schedule an appointment with one of our business litigation lawyers. Our firm represents businesses in places throughout West Michigan, including Kalamazoo, Portage, Battle Creek, Watervliet, St. Joseph and all surrounding areas, and we have experience representing clients throughout the United States. Furthermore, one of our attorneys is admitted to the bar in Florida. Also, our attorneys are admitted to practice in Federal, District and Appellate Courts throughout the United States.
Shaun Willis is the contributing author for this content.Click here for a Free Consultation today