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Matthews Law Firm, Inc.

Today's business world is very complex and often times confusing. Disputes of this nature are unique and complicated, especially in the state of California. Matters related to real estate, contracts, and fraud need to be resolved on a daily basis. Most business law issues must be taken care of in a very timely manner in order to meet legal deadlines.The complex and time sensitive nature of business matters make effective legal support a crucial factor. When you retain a seasoned business lawyer, you can rest assured they'll handle your disputes or concerns right away. We offer superior legal services and excellent representation for a wide range of business matters, including the following:

Breach of Contract
Breach of contract is the most common dispute encountered in the business world. These cases can involve partnership agreements, leases, purchase and sale agreements, or other business contracts, and all of them involve an oral or written agreement that is then breached by one of the parties.

Business Formation
Developing a business is something that many people dream of but only few actually go through with. The formation of a business is a critical time and for the longevity of the business it should be done correctly. Business formation can also include the legal aspects when a business is restructuring for any number of reasons.

Partnership Agreements
When working together with a partner it is a good idea to set the guidelines up from the beginning. This may include stating what responsibilities fall to each party so that the roles cannot later be changed without consent. It can also offer further clarity, allowing the business to run smoother when everyone knows what they are doing. These agreements should be developed with a professional to increase their effectiveness.

Commercial Collections
Many businesses are given the difficult task of collecting old debts that are owed to them. It is, however, completely within their legal right to seek repayment of these debts. When businesses have difficulty obtaining payment on a debt, it is often in their best interest to obtain the help of a law firm that can take collection actions on their behalf.

Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners
Those who are looking to pursue a business endeavor must first be sure that their legal rights are protected. Hiring a business attorney from the outset will ensure that your business has the greatest chance of success and will help to avoid contract disputes and other serious legal issues in the future.

Landlord and Tenant Disputes
Disputes between commercial landlords and tenants are a very common occurrence. Disagreements arise over matters regarding services that people failed to deliver, nonpayment of rent, and wrongful eviction. In many cases, the parties involved are unable to resolve their disputes alone. It often takes a legal professional to help negotiate a satisfactory resolution for one or both of the parties.

Fraud
In the business world, fraud can take many forms. Consumer fraud, fraudulent sale, fraudulent advertising, breach of contract, breach of warranty, investment fraud, fraudulent marketing schemes, and mortgage and real estate fraud are just a few examples. People or businesses victimized by fraud are well served by contacting an attorney who can take legal action on their behalf.

Foreclosure Disputes
When borrowers are unable to continue meeting their monthly mortgage obligations, lenders may decide to initiate foreclosure proceedings, which essentially involves selling the property in order to recoup the debt. Disputes frequently arise during the foreclosure process when the borrower believes that the lender has initiated or carried out a foreclosure in an unlawful manner.

Partnership Disputes
Partnerships are formed when two or more individuals agree to work together to achieve and advance mutual interests (usually business related). Regardless of whether or not a written partnership agreement is forged to solidify such a relationship, disputes can and do occur. Examples of these include financial disputes, partner exit disputes, and profit-sharing disputes.

Shareholder Disputes
Shareholders, or stockholders, are people who legally own one or more share of a private or public corporation's stock. There are many types of disputes that can arise between shareholders, including disputes against the corporation issuing the stock, disputes with shareholders who are believed to be breaching fiduciary duty, and disputes involving minority shareholder rights.

Insurance Disputes
When running a business, insurance can be relied up on in difficult situations. For a company that has been paying each month they can be surprised to find out just how difficult it may be to gain compensation. Insurance disputes are a common problem that many face and legal action is often necessary.

Real Estate Litigation
Real estate transactions in Los Angeles can go wrong for a variety of reasons, including failures to reveal property problems, lease agreement violations, and unresolved judgments. When a dispute occurs regarding any type of real estate transaction, one can take steps towards obtaining a favorable resolution by seeking representation from a skilled attorney.

Unfair Business Practices
The Unlawful Business Practices Act allows individuals to take legal action in the event of any "unfair, unlawful, or fraudulent business act or practice," such as illegal employment practices or violations of the California Labor Code. Any disputes regarding unfair business practices, whether you are an employee or business owner, should be resolved with the help of an attorney.

LLC and LLP Disputes
LLC stands for "limited liability company", which is a business structure where the owners have limited personal liability for the debts of the company. LLP stands for "limited liability partnership," a form of business ownership in which all partners have limited liability protection. Disputes in LLCs and LLPs can take many forms, including contact issues, breach of fiduciary duty, and business dissolution.

Business Litigation
Many businesses in Southern California work with a variety of individuals and groups that help manage or promote the business' services. As many parties are working together to achieve certain goals, it sometimes happens that disputes arise, and these disputes often require litigation in order be fully resolved.

FAQs
Let us answer the questions that you have regarding business law. This is a vast area of the law that can have a lot of pertinent information that you should be aware of. Without the assistance of a professional you may be at a loss. Contact our office and set up a consultation to get started and to gain the answers you may be unable to find on our site.

Why hire a business attorney?

Business law is complicated, inlcuding any type of litigation that involves a business related dispute. If you are an individual taking legal action against a business, or a business owner who is facing a lawsuit, consult with an attorney right away. Our firm may be able to work towards a resolution on your behalf, utilizing our knowledge and experience in this area to increase your chances of a beneficial outcome. There is a lot at stake in your case, which is why you need to contact our firm today. We are prepared to assist you with your business law needs.

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Breach of Contract Claims
Business Formation
Business Litigation
Commercial Collections
Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners
Foreclosure Disputes
Fraud
Insurance Disputes
Landlord Tenant Dispute
LLC and LLP Disputes
Partnership Disputes
Real Estate Litigation
Unfair Business Practices
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