Troubleshooting Legal Problems

When Your Pennsylvania Business Encounters Conflicts

Sooner or later, most businesses have disputes to resolve inside or outside the organization. An experienced business law attorney can be as essential to the health of a business as a financial advisor or a marketing director.

Business owners and managers need to be able to trust that their attorney will not unnecessarily escalate the situation to litigation. Winning a dispute can lose its meaning when legal costs soar. Our law firm is careful not to let that happen. The potential costs of litigation must always be balanced against the goal the litigation seeks to achieve.

When Litigation Becomes Necessary

The attorneys at Miller & Miller understand that from time to time our clients will require legal representation related to business disputes. Our clients, regardless of whether they are responsible for a small or medium sized business, a nonprofit, an individual or an organization may find it necessary to litigate a matter in order to attain a fair and equitable result.

Our practice handles a broad range of business and commercial disputes for both plaintiffs and defendants in matters that include the following:

  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of commercial leases
  • Noncompete and nonsolicitation agreements
  • Shareholder litigation
  • Confidentiality agreements

A business dispute is disruptive to our clients, their employees, and possibly their reputations. A conflict may result in a distraction that diverts our clients away from their business and organizational goals. We take that burden on so that our clients can focus on what they do best, running their business or organization.

How We Will Protect Your Business Interests During Dispute Resolution

We will take a comprehensive look at the nature of the dispute, the potential costs, the possible outcomes and the potential length of time involved in resolving the dispute. We will then take the time to educate our client and develop a strategy to handle the issue.

While many times an amicable resolution may be in our client’s best interest, we understand that not all matters can be amicably resolved. Our trial attorneys are prepared to aggressively represent our clients in court when that is the only remaining option.

Turn To Our Business-Related Legal Troubleshooters

Whether you simply need advice or are in need of bold legal action on behalf of your business, contact us by phone or email to schedule a consultation. We will listen carefully and let you know what measures we can take for your business right away – and what it may take to resolve a conflict to your satisfaction. Call 412-487-6661 or send an inquiry online to schedule a consultation.