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Facing a lawsuit is a difficult situation for anyone.  Business dealings put business owners in many situations that can lead to disputes that become lawsuits, both on the plaintiff (suing) or defendant (being sued) side.

Litigation is the process of resolving disputes through the court system. It involves drafting and filing lawsuits, engaging in discovery such as taking depositions, filing and responding to various motions, attending hearings, and ultimately conducting a trial.

We understand that litigation can be costly and time-consuming. Therefore, we prioritize resolving client disputes without litigation whenever possible. We achieve this goal by negotiating on behalf of our clients, conducting mediations and arbitrations, and utilizing other alternative dispute resolution techniques.

Our team will vigorously represent  our clients’ interests. We are results-oriented and cost-conscious from the initial drafting of a complaint all the way through trial and any appeals. Our clients can contact us at any time and can depend on us to be there to answer their legal questions, write letters or make calls on their behalf, or respond to any legal actions asserted against them.

Business Litigation Services

Our business litigation practice encompasses a wide variety of complex civil and commercial disputes including:

We practice in both state and federal court and also represent clients in front of various licensing boards and other departments of state and local government.

Please view the Litigation FAQ for more information.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation with an Experienced Business Litigation Attorney

If you are facing the possibility of going into litigation, call Widerman Malek at 321-341-5257 or fill out the contact form to schedule a free consultation with one of our business litigation attorneys in Melbourne or Celebration, FL. Widerman Malek provides exceptional advice and representation for all types of business law matters. Our Celebration business attorneys meet personally with each client at the start of their case to answer their questions and map out each step of their case so that the client is always aware of where their case stands at all times. This is particularly important in a business law case since the outcome could affect your entire business, including employees, partners, and shareholders when applicable.


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