Business Litigation

Resolving Business Disputes

The opening of a business is an exciting moment for any entrepreneur whether it be a sole proprietorship, a partnership or a corporation. Conversely, when issues arise between owners or operators of a business concerning the manner or methods of operation, rights and interest of the persons involved in the business or the possible need for closing of the business, these problems can have a devastating effect on the parties involved and the business itself. The Law Offices of Louis Spitters, located in San Jose, California, the heart of Silicon Valley, strives to resolve internal business disputes in a manner that best serves and protects the client's interests.

Multi-Faceted Business Disputes

Business disputes most often arise from formation agreements, capitalization or financial agreements, operating agreements, ownership agreements or dissolution agreements. Whether the client is a sole proprietorship, a partnership, a corporation, or a principal of the business, there are a number of interested parties whose interests must be addressed in resolving in any internal dispute. These interests must be identified and articulated so that any competing interests involved in a dispute may be resolved in a manner that allows the business to continue operating for the benefit of all involved. If it is has been determined that the business operations must cease, there are external interests that must be addressed in order to protect the business and its principals following a dissolution. Business dissolution is a complex process that requires great attention to all the details. Simply put, you cannot just lock the doors and walk away.

An Attorney Protecting Your Interests and Your Business

The Law Offices of Louis Spitters makes every effort to protect the interests of its business clients their principals in attempting to resolve disputes in a manner that will protect the client's interests and to enable the business to continue operating. If the dispute cannot be resolved through negotiation or mediation, the Law Offices of Louis Spitters will vigorously protect its client's interest through litigation. If it has become necessary or the parties have agree to terminate the business, the Law Offices of Louis Spitters will attempt to secure an amicable, efficient and cost-effective dissolution or will secure its client's rights through legal action.

Dissolving partnerships is a more complex aspect of business dissolution. If there are internal disputes as to the percentage of ownership or any other disagreement, we step in to diffuse the conflict and find resolution. Everyone should emerge from the business dissolution both protected and satisfied.

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