Business Litigation Attorneys
Whether you are initiating action or being sued, the law firm of Richardson, Wyly, Wise, Sauck & Hieb, LLP has the combination of business savvy and civil litigation experience to work it out or fight it out. Our law firm provides plaintiff and defense counsel in business litigation to a wide range of clients in South Dakota.
Aberdeen Business Lawyers
When you own or operate a commercial enterprise, you face the possibility of legal action every day, whether you need to file a lawsuit to protect your bottom line or defend against claims that could have a harmful impact on your business. When you can’t settle such differences through negotiated settlements or other cooperative means, you want an experienced and knowledgeable lawyer to protect your rights, one who has been in the courtroom and successfully protected the interests of others with similar concerns. Our lawyers have been protecting the rights of small-to-medium-sized businesses in South Dakota since 1926. We provide full-service business law counsel, including representation in all types of business, commercial and corporate litigation. We bring wisdom, maturity and a large base of legal knowledge to businesses and business owners across a broad range of industries.
Our experienced litigators represent business entities and individual stakeholders in resolving any type of corporate or commercial dispute, including:
- Contract disputes
- Internal disputes among partners and shareholders
- Business dissolution
- Business torts (unfair competition, fraud, defamation)
- Non compete agreements
- Employment litigation
- Copyright and trademark infringement
- D&O lawsuits (director and officer liability)
- Business transaction litigation
- Judgments, liens and collections
- Complex and multidistrict litigation
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