Business Dispute Attorneys in Burlington, VT
Telephone: (802) 657-7225
Carl Lisman and Christina Jensen, both directors at Lisman Leckerling, handle all business-dispute cases. For more than 70 years, businesses ranging from small family-owned companies to large multinational corporations have looked to Lisman Leckerling for successful dispute resolution.
About Corporate-Law Business Disputes
Whether your business is subject to a breach of contract, the victim of a business tort, or charged with a wrongdoing against another, our skilled advisers will help you resolve the issue in an efficient and effective manner. If the matter cannot be resolved without resorting to litigation, our attorneys are prepared to represent your business in Vermont’s state and federal courts. Our firm can also handle all aspects of the post-judgment proceedings, including any appeals or legal enforcement.
Common Business Disputes Include:
Breach-of-contract disputes frequently involve issues with service, purchase-and-sales disagreements, construction and development conflicts, partnership and corporate matters, or transaction under the Uniform Commercial Code.
A business tort is harm done to a business or other entity’s intangible assets, whether done intentionally or accidentally. If your business is charged with causing harm to another—or is subject to harm—we can help. Our firm has handled many cases involving allegations of improper conduct in business transactions, including unfair dealing, fraud, negligence, and contractual interference.
Real Estate/Land Use Disputes
Our firm frequently provides legal intervention for disputes about boundary lines, easement use, water rights, proposed development of property, and a host of other property law issues.
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