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We represent individuals, businesses, and entrepreneurs in the resolution of disputes that arise out of real property transactions, contracts, management, shareholder and partnership agreements, non-disclosure, confidentiality, non-solicitation and non-competition agreements, and banking and business torts including fraud and unfair trade. We combine the expertise of the firm’s litigators with that of practitioners with years of experience in commercial endeavors, including the creation of corporations, limited liability companies and partnerships, and the handling of mergers and acquisitions of businesses through stock or asset purchase arrangements.
We also welcome the opportunity to work with business lawyers from other firms who may not have resources to undertake major litigation on their own. We are sensitive to the existing client relationships, and endeavor to involve and consult with the referring attorney to insure cost-effective representation. Your goals and best interests come first.
You can count on Young Moore for our vast trial experience to accomplish your goals in a field where real trial experience often is lacking. Our experience in investigation and discovery practice and techniques enables us to evaluate the risks and benefits of pursuing or continuing the litigation, at an early stage, fully and realistically.
We can help you avoid unproductive and costly discovery often prompted by less-experienced litigators. We encourage our clients to identify their case-specific goals and objectives early. We exercise creative and cost effective alternative dispute resolution. We do so by working with the leading mediators and arbitrators.
We also are experienced in those advocacy techniques necessary to make alternative dispute resolution a successful alternative to trial in business disputes. In addition to traditional business disputes, we have successfully represented clients in employment litigation in federal and state courts, in arbitration proceedings, and before administrative agencies over issues arising in the workplace. For more information visit Employment Litigation.