North Carolina Business Dispute Lawyers
Whether you’re facing a copyright infringement dispute or a breach of contract issue, the North Carolina business dispute lawyers at Henson Fuerst can help. We handle a variety of business disputes, including:
- Breach of contract and contract disputes
- Breach of non-competition and solicitation agreements
- Dissolution of partnerships
- Fraud and misrepresentation
- Unfair insurance practices
- Warranty claims
Business litigation disputes can be complex and lengthy, and without the help of an experienced North Carolina business dispute attorney, you and your company may be vulnerable. We’ll keep track of the paperwork and keep you informed of your responsibilities throughout the entire legal process.
Steps for Building a Business Dispute Claim
The key to a successful legal resolution is building a strong case. To best prepare you and your company for any business dispute—as the defendant or plaintiff —a North Carolina business litigation lawyer needs to properly assess your case. Here are some steps you can take to help strengthen your case.
- Keep quality records.
If you can present your attorney with organized and thorough records of your legal dealings with other companies, employees, and more, you may save precious time needed to prepare the case.
- Keep the right records.
Make sure to keep copies (electronic or hardcopy) of contract documents, quotes, purchase orders, invoices, and agreements. You also should keep records of communications (emails, letters, faxes, etc.), memos, photos, and reports.
- Communicate accurately.
As the business dispute continues, be sure to keep all communication between you or your company and the other party accurate, to the point, and factual. Any demands should be clearly stated and reviewed by your attorney.
- Keep track of witnesses.
Make a list of any witness that includes contact information—whether former employees or third parties—and present this to your attorney. Otherwise, your attorney will spend hours researching and tracking down these parties.
- Document the case.
Document the events of the case before and during the legal process, and share this information with your lawyer. Be sure to include dates, times, people, and events related to the case.
- Share with your lawyer.
Our North Carolina business dispute attorneys are most effective when we have all the facts—good, bad, and mundane. Share every detail you have with your attorney.
The more transparent and diligent you are when communicating with us, the better we can serve you and your company.
Protecting Your Best Interests
Henson Fuerst is here to answer your questions. It’s our goal to help your business reach a fair resolution while defending your legal rights and protecting your best interests. Find out how we can help you and your company today by completing a free initial consultation form or calling (919) 781-1107. Our phone lines are open 24/7, and there is no obligation.