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In today’s economic environment, business can be challenging enough. Add factors such as contractual, employment, and shareholder disputes, and the playing field becomes even more treacherous. At Turner Law Firm, we’re experienced in helping both large and smaller business clients through a wide range of business litigation and transaction issues including:

  • Asset & Business Purchases

  • Contract Disputes (Including sales “goods” and services)

  • Fraud Claims

  • Partnership Disputes

  • Corporate Disputes (Including shareholder rights and dissolution claims)

  • Employment Disputes

  • Intellectual Property Claims (Including copyrights, trademarks, and trade secrets)

  • Distributor & Manufacturing Transactions & Litigation

  • General Business

Sale of Business: Buyer vs. Seller for Fraud

  • Represented buyer of a service business. The seller grossly misrepresented sales and income figure. Case successfully settled after issue sanctions motion was granted.


Shareholder Dispute Family-Owned Corporation: Minority vs. Majority Shareholders

  • Represented majority shareholders being sued for corporate dissolution and breach of fiduciary duty. Case successfully settled after deposing opposing parties and their witnesses.

Trade Secrets: Departing Salesperson

  • Represented employer in claim against former salesperson and his new employer for using customer list and pricing information. Matter quickly and favorably resolved.

Breach of Contract: Sale of Goods

  • Represented sellers (manufacturers and distributors) of industrial and high-tech goods. To date, 100% success record in pre-litigation resolutions and litigation results.

Insurance Issues

  • Routinely retained by all types of businesses and organizations to review insurance programs and represent them in seeking policy benefits, including manufacturers and distributors of industrial and hi-tech goods; real estate (brokers, developers and contractors); and entertainment ventures.

Employee Issues

  • Routinely represent employers in wage and hour, breach of contract, and discrimination cases.

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