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Atlanta Business Litigation Lawyers

Litigators Serving Large & Small Businesses

Buckley Beal has more than 85 years of combined legal experience. Our leading Atlanta business attorney Andrew Beal has more than 25 years of experience and has received a number of awards and recognitions. These honors include a 5.0 AV Preeminent® Rating with Martindale-Hubbell® and inclusion in the 2006 edition of Georgia Trend Legal Elite. He has also been an adjunct professor of law at Emory University School of Law for six years.

The business litigation team is dedicated to providing business owners and shareholders in Atlanta with high-quality representation. Larger firms boast about their numerous associates and extensive experience but lack the personal attention and honed expertise that a small firm like Buckley Beal provides. At Buckley Beal, we know that working closely with our clients throughout the entirety of a case is essential to successful litigation.

We're ready to help you! Consult an Atlanta business litigation lawyer today. For all business litigation inquiries, contact (404) 913-7415.

BIG FIRM SUPPORT FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS

At Buckley Beal, we do our part supporting hard-working members of our community by serving businesses of all sizes, including sole proprietors. When a dispute arises, small businesses need zealous and efficient business litigation representation to keep a small dispute from causing a devastating impact to their bottom line. We know that our success depends on your continued success, and that is why we are a trusted name in Atlanta for resolving business disputes.

Our litigation team is committed to understanding the unique needs of each client. We provide one-on-one attorney attention and use a proactive approach to evaluate risks and weigh the costs for each client's case. Our Atlanta business litigation team can help businesses and business owners in all types of legal disputes. From the moment you retain our firm, we will keep you informed and take every action based only on your best interest.

BUSINESS Litigation CASES WE HANDLE

Our Atlanta business litigation team can help both businesses and business owners in all types of disputes and legal issues. From the moment you retain our firm, we will keep you informed and take every action based on the client’s best interest.

Our Practice Areas Include:

  • Disputes regarding all types of legal entities, including LLCs, Corporations, Partnerships and Joint Ventures, including shareholder claims for: Breach of fiduciary duty, theft or conversion of property, fraud, and injunctive relief.
  • Contract disputes
  • Suits Arising from Buying or Selling a Business
  • Legal Malpractice
  • Accounting Malpractice
  • Tax Disputes for or federal agencies
  • Estate Litigation
  • Insurance coverage for business losses
  • Negligent representation by your accountant or attorney to advise you or your company
  • Failure of your insurance agent or broker to identify your coverage needs
  • Disputes among owners regarding the operation or ownership of the business

BUSINESS LITIGATION FAQ

It is no secret that business litigation is a complex area for most people. Even the most-dedicated and seasoned business professionals are not ashamed to admit that they need help when it comes to seemingly simple legal matter. Our Atlanta business litigation attorneys have compiled a short list of some of the most frequently asked questions about business litigation and provided helpful answers in hopes of sorting out some of your upfront concerns. Of course, if you have additional questions or require more insight, feel free to contact us at any time.

  • Is business litigation different from traditional litigation? - Yes, in large part because corporations and limited liability companies are governed by special corporate formation documents which can change the duties and responsibilities of the shareholders and officers from one company to the next. In addition, Georgia law has special laws governing the operation of corporations and companies which may be impacted by the individual operating agreements that were signed when the company was formed
  • Do I have to use litigation to solve my business-related dispute? - Sometimes mediation – working with a neutral third party to find an agreeable middle ground – or arbitration – relying on a neutral third party to come to a final decision for your dispute – can be used instead of business litigation and courtrooms. You should never rule out one solution over another until you have fully explored all of your available options.
  • Why do I need an Atlanta business litigation lawyer?​ - Businesses are based upon complex contracts which control the rights and responsibilities of officers and owners of a contract. These operating agreements must be followed precisely, and it is our duty to make sure that your rights as an owner or an officer of company are completely protected.”
  • Can I continue to run my business while litigation proceeds? - Buckley Beal has the experience to successfully and, where possible, quickly resolve business disputes so that you can get back to running your business. We craft a litigation strategy that fits the needs of your business while achieving your desired outcome. At every step of the way, you will receive the advice and counsel you need from us to make an informed decision about your situation.
  • Why should I contact the business litigation lawyers at Buckley Beal?​ – Because we are the experts, plain and simple. You know your business better than anyone else, and we know the law. When you contact our firm, we will ask you some basic questions about the facts of your unique situation. If it is clear at the outset prior to a consultation that legally you are better off not pursuing the matter, we will tell you! More often, we will schedule a consultation with you to meet with an attorney so that we may review your documents important to your business and obtain more information, all so that we may give you the best advice possible.

Consult our Atlanta business litigation lawyer today by calling: (404) 913-7415.