Business Disputes

Trouble. Who needs it? Who wants it? No one. Yet somehow it seems to follow us throughout our lives. The more you do, the more productive you are, should mean that people leave you alone to get things done. Is that true? We all know it’s not. In fact the opposite is true.

Risk. It’s always there, too. Risk can be a good thing. It can lead to profits, it thins out the competition, and it’s in the background of every move we make. Should we embrace risk? We all know the answer to that question.

Yes, and No. Which answer, and when to use it, is the art of almost every venture. Business people often rise and fall based upon their approach to risk, and trouble.

Lawyers know that risk exists even when it is not apparent. I suppose that’s why they say that when you’ve got one eye on the prize, use the other one to look back over your shoulder. In a way, hiring the right law firm is like getting your eyes to do double duty. At the Paleudis Law Firm, LLC we pride ourselves on serving you. Keeping an eye out for unexpected trouble and unforeseen risk. Serving you as the other eye.

A key element to handling risk is Timing. When is the best time to handle Risk, or Trouble? Before it starts, of course. However, if that were always possible the most careful business people would have nothing but sunny days. We all know that no matter how much planning we undertake, or time spent limiting risks, the unwanted, unforeseen, still waits for us.

At the Paleudis Law Firm, LLC our belief, and our policy, is to evaluate your entire circumstance: business and personal. We identify the risk in advance, so it can be avoided, limited, or made ultimately less costly wherever possible. This enables us to prepare for the unwanted, and sometimes the unforeseen. If a single old axiom summed up the the Paleudis Law Firm, LLC philosophy it would be:

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

There’s no better way to say it. Of course, how much prevention, how much risk you avoid, how much risk you accept, is entirely up to you. It is always your plan, your company, and your life.

At the Paleudis Law Firm, LLC we feel like we have seen it all. Over the years everything that can happen usually does. That knowledge only stiffens our resolve to help protect you from the real life consequences. The greatest mistake of all is to just let it happen. Not prepare at all. That inaction guarantees that the consequences of each unwanted event will be maximized financially, emotionally, and can potentially destabilize your business and your income.

Some Common Business Disputes We Handle At the Paleudis Law Firm, LLC:

  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Breach of Contract
  • Derivative Actions
  • Dissolution
  • Ownership of Intellectual Property
  • Malpractice
  • Employment Disputes such as breach of non-compete agreements
  • Minority shareholder rights disputes
  • Partnership disputes

One of Our Best Techniques Is To Stay Out Of The Courts By Hiring Skilled Negotiators To Resolve Your Business Disputes. Litigation is one of many solutions. Our attorneys employ alternative dispute resolution with mediation and arbitration wherever favorable to the client.

We hope you will give us a chance to serve you, your business, and your family. There are many risks to prepare for and many ways to get it done. The Paleudis Law Firm, LLC is willing to customize your plan, work with you as an individual, and use every resource and skill to give you the outcome you desire. Our approach is holistic in every way and subject to your needs and circumstances.

We ask for your business on the same terms that you provide to your customers. We want to win your trust, your loyalty, your repeat business, and your referrals on a daily basis. For us to be successful in our business plan you must be successful in yours. Give us a chance. We understand small business and the people that make it happen.

To schedule an initial consultation regarding your business dispute, please contact us through our Online Contact Form, by email: mjp@rudnerpaleudis.com, or by phone: (212) 835-6768, (215) 331-6487 or (609) 480-3080