When litigation is your only option

When litigation is your only option

Posted by Brett Brudvik | Dec 04, 2015 | 0 Comments

In your affairs, business or personal, in most cases a thoughtful approach to most matters will serve you well. If you own and operate a business, careful planning can help avoid many problems. When you organize your business, whether as a partnership, corporation or limited liability company, working with attorneys can help prevent internal disputes with your other owners, managers and employees.

And having a complete legal review of your operations, examining your contracts, employment handbooks, adherence to real property regulations and other regulatory compliance can reduce the chances of unexpected surprises occurring.

However, even the most circumspect businessperson is likely from time to time to have the need for a different side of the law, that of litigation. While litigation is often not the optimal outcome, it often becomes necessary when all other options have been exhausted in a business dispute.

For businesses, it is always important to have skilled litigation assistance, as the process is complex, arcane and expensive. Litigation is known to try the emotions of the best of people, but it is necessary to keep those emotions under control, as litigation that turns personal or into a grudge match, can become destructive for all involved.

You litigation counsel should offer advice tailored to your specific situation, and work to resolve the matter as expeditiously as possible. Your attorneys need to be aggressive when necessary, but keep your eyes on the prize, to ensure that if settlement becomes possible, they are equipped to recognize that moment and produce an agreement the fully protects your issues and resolves the entire matter.

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Brett Brudvik

Brett Brudvik works to serve clients in many areas of law. He specializes in probate, estate planning, real estate, land sales, business and corporate law, and business succession planning. He works with clients throughout Arizona, North Dakota, and Minnesota on these types of matters.   Brett a...


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