MA Business and Commercial Appeal Attorney
Whether business-to-business or consumer-to-business, there seems to be no end to potential liability. The future of your business may be riding on the outcome of the legal dispute in which you now find yourself. Less dire situations still evoke uncertainty, which is bad for business. This can be a drain on your resources and take your attention away from the important task of running the business.
Businesses must keep their own house in order. That includes the traditional responsibilities regarding employee relationships, business-to-business and business-to-consumer obligations. For example:
- ☆ Trade secret disputes including algorithm protection
- ☆ Technology and privacy issues
- ☆ Non-compete agreements
- ☆ Contracts, leases, and warrantees
- ☆ Tortious interference with contract or economic advantage
- ☆ Employment and labor issues
- ☆ Defamation and false advertising
- ☆ Breach of fiduciary duty
- ☆ Shareholder and partnership disputes
- ☆ Breach of good faith and fair dealing
Entrepreneurs, business owners, and corporations seeking to protect or overturn a trial court decision require a new type of attorney for a very different type of litigation. When on appeal, seek an experience appellate attorney. Appeals Attorney William Driscoll provide business clients with sound appellate law analysis and strategy. He provides thorough research, analysis and strategy that allows his commercial clients to make informed decisions prior to incurring the potential costs and risks of appellate litigation.