By nature, business involves competition. This competition has various sets of rules. Some rules take the form of laws and statutes. Other rules are set by contracts and agreements. When one of these rules is broken, it can have a serious impact on your ability to do business. The business litigation law firm of Henson, Talley & Scallon LLP can help you resolve these matters. We have more than 40 years of experience that we put to work for you.
We believe that our commitment to combining the experience and resources of a larger firm with the personal attention of a smaller firm is critical to our success in any business litigation case. Every matter is unique. The same tactics cannot simply be used and reused. We will take the time to learn about your business, your needs, and your vision for success. The legal strategy we develop, based on our extensive knowledge and experience, will be built specifically for you.
Large-Firm Experience With Small-Firm Service
At Henson, Talley & Scallon LLP, we represent and advise small-, medium-, and large-business clients regarding lawsuits that result from business disputes of all types, including:
- Contract disputes
- Shareholder and partnership disputes
- Breach of noncompete agreements
- Products liability and other liability matters
- Breach of contract
In addition to providing litigation services, our lawyers offer options of alternative dispute resolution, including mediation and arbitration services. We understand that, in many cases, lengthy and expensive litigation is not the most efficient way to resolve a dispute. Sometimes, it is more important to use alternative methods to prevent business litigation, maintain professional relationships, and save the time and cost of a battle in the courtroom.
Along with handling initial cases in state and federal court, we are available to take cases through the appeals process. Our attorneys understand that the initial results, if unsatisfactory, may not have to be the final results. We will review your case and help you determine if the appellate process is right for you and your business.