Business Litigation is the area of law that provides assistance in the preparation and presentation of a lawsuit or other resort to the courts to determine a legal question or matter in business situation. Business can be any activity or enterprise entered into for profit, usually a company, a corporation, partnership, or any such formal organization.
When considering litigation a business owner should be aware of all of his or her options. In addition to the courtroom there are other forums that might be appropriate, depending on the specific needs of the business and case at hand. Alternative dispute resolution such as arbitration or mediation may be a desirable alternative to litigation. Class action, small claims, and appeals are all other viable venues of consideration.
Common disputes generally include contract issues, claims for equitable adjustments and terminations for default and convenience. Mr. Fridley aims to protect client rights in litigation involving access to technical data, contractor records, and fraud.
Other challenges may include protests on behalf of clients challenging a contract award and those seeking to retain the awarded contract. Mr. Fridley is available to appear before all of the tribunals that hear protests, including federal district courts, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and administrative offices.
Further, The Law Office of Scott Fridley has pursued and defended a large range of commercial litigation and contract disputes including business and real estate purchase/sale agreements, vendor/customer agreements, trade secrets, construction and construction management agreements.
If you are faced with litigation involving your business, a lawyer can provide additional assistance and counsel regarding possible legal options for your individual situation. Mr. Fridley is an excellent resource for your legal needs. He is responsive and attentive to his clients while remaining aggressive in pursuit of his client best interest.