We help business owners bring more control to their business operations
We also try to help our business clients identify and solve other related problems that might be contributing to the legal problems in businesses of all sizes. A business divorce is a complicated matter. We are here to help.
Understand Your Rights
When your business partnership or agreement has turned sour and you want to end the relationship, you need to understand your rights before closing your company and dividing assets and liabilities. We can analyze every possible scenario and the corresponding financial implications.
We can also help you end property leases and other contractual obligations while keeping your best interests in mind. We will help resolve equity compensation disputes through negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or trial if necessary. Don’t try to dissolve your business on your own. Count on us to guide you to a satisfactory resolution.
Business to Business
Disputes between businesses are often among the most complex legal scenarios. Yet when a business finds itself in a situation where its ability to earn is threatened or has already been jeopardized, that entity must defend itself. Sometimes the best help is a business divorce attorney who can help the parties reach an agreement.
Count on The Crone Law Firm to vigorously represent such parties.
One of the unfortunate by-products of our society is a loss of honor and ethics in business. More and more business people seek to gain a competitive advantage via illegal methods or conduct, Enron and WorldCom are the most visible examples of this. Legal redress is often the most effective, sure and speedy means to eliminate this type of threat be it a failure to honor an agreement in a contract, infringement on a patent, trademark, or trade-name, unfair competitive conduct, theft of trade secrets or other harmful conduct.
How We Work to Solve Business Disputes
Our approach is to solve your problem. And to do that, we conduct an intensive investigation and evaluation of the case and all options available to you. We then develop a step-by-step plan to resolve the dispute, a plan that might entail negotiation, mediation or a lawsuit.
- Non-competition Agreement Enforcement/Defense
- Intellectual Property Protection and Trade Secret Protection/Defense
- Breach of Contract
- Interference with Contract
- Interference with Prospective Business Advantage
- Business of Professional Defamation or Disparagement
- Unfair Competition – Unfair Trade Practices