Corporate Litigation Between Businesses
PNDR represents large businesses, both publicly and privately held, and not-for-profit entities in commercial litigation matters. We regularly appear in federal courts throughout Southern California, including the Commercial Division. We also have extensive experience with arbitration and mediation forums.
The firm’s practice is focused toward complex, document intensive, business litigation. We have represented small and large, public and private corporations, accountants, general partnerships, limited partnerships, homeowner’s associations, non-profit corporations, directors, officers and individuals in a wide variety of complex business cases. The firm has also successfully tried and defended an appeal in the patent infringement arena.
Commercial litigation can involve disputes that arise between businesses, such as those involving purchases and sales, debts, employees, intellectual property, fraud, negligence and unfair competition. A commercial litigation law firm may also handle the drawing up of corporate contracts and agreements, and general matters of corporate law. The main job of a commercial litigator is to ensure that the legal rights of a corporate entity are protected from misuse. Litigation between businesses often involves disputes arising from the sale or purchase of a business, trademark infringement, copyright infringement and interference with business relationships. We handle these cases in State and Federal courts.
Our business clients retain us because they value and respect our experience and judgment and our practical and cost effective advice. We are responsive and proactive. We participate in determining sound business decisions and courses of action. We recognize our role as lawyers and counselors in connection with a team approach to solving business problems. Our results are prompt, efficient and of the highest quality.