Disputes Involving your Business
If you are in business long enough, you are likely to be sued or threatened with suit. When that happens, you need competent representation. But at that point, it may already be “too late” to best protect your interests. You need counseling months and years earlier to help you avoid that lawsuit and/or to position your company for the best outcome should it arise. The Law Office of James Tobia, LLC will apply its experience towards protecting your business from legal consequences, and we will assess options for Alternate Dispute Resolution or old-fashioned negotiation in an effort to avoid litigation, if possible.
Of course, if litigation does come, it is not really too late. It is almost never too late to obtain a favorable outcome. If you are being sued or threatened with suit, we can help. The Law Office of James Tobia, LLC represents and advises Delaware corporations, their directors and stockholders in corporate and commercial litigation relating to fiduciary duties, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and other issues concerning Delaware law. Mr. Tobia also counsels clients regarding limited partnerships, limited liability companies and other business entities governed by Delaware law
If you are in business long enough, you will encounter customers who file for bankruptcy protection under the United States Bankruptcy Code. That may result in your business being owed money by the Debtor. You may also receive a demand letter and/or be served with a suit regarding an allegedly preferential payment to your business. The Law Office of James Tobia, LLC has extensive experience representing businesses as creditors in bankruptcy cases and in Avoidance and Preference actions brought in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. We can help protect your business from the financial strain of such events, by assisting your business navigate through this complicated process.
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