What Is Arnold & Itkin's Business Background?
Our attorneys have extensive experience dealing with business issues in both legal and professional circles. Many of our lawyers studied business law as undergraduates and law school students, and they went on to work with some of the top complex business litigation firms in the country.
Additionally, many of our attorneys were involved in businesses before they even entered the legal profession, participating in sophisticated contract negotiations and other transactions. This hands-on experience in the field gives our attorneys not just head knowledge, but practical knowledge of issues facing the business world.
Our team of professional attorneys help us to deliver the best possible results for our clients in complex business cases. With our extensive professional and legal background in the business arena, we are confident that we can handle any business dispute that comes through our door.
These practice areas include, but are not limited to:
- Partnership and shareholder agreements
- Securities fraud
- Commercial disputes
- Breach of contract
- Tortious interference
- Non-compete agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
- Fraud and misrepresentation
- Breach of fiduciary duty
When seeking legal representation for your commercial litigation case, it is important that you contact someone who knows the ins and outs of business law. Our attorneys not only have experience in business law, but they graduated at the top of their class, so you can trust their knowledge and ability to assist you in whatever area of business law you need. At Arnold & Itkin, we deal with a wide range of business litigation cases including construction defect law, hurricane claims, oil and gas law, insurance disputes, and more.
We have also successfully gone up against large corporations, obtaining settlements for our clients involved in business disputes. You can be confident that all of these factors serve to prove our competence in business law. To learn more, give us a call today at (888) 493-1629.