Business and Commercial Litigation

Litigation law refers to the rules and procedures associated with resolving disputes within the court system. Litigation begins when a lawsuit is filed and ends when the court issues a final ruling. Although the vast majority of cases in litigation do not reach the trial stage, for effective negotiations it is vital that your attorney is willing to try your case if necessary. The Turnbow Law Firm has a team of experienced trial attorneys who are tenacious in both defending and prosecuting the rights of your business.

We handle all business disputes including:

  • Breach of contract/fiduciary duty
  • Business torts
  • Privacy and cybersecurity
  • Partnership and shareholder disputes
  • Private business deals and post-closing disputes
  • Bad faith litigation
  • Regulatory investigations and litigation
  • Bankruptcy adversary proceedings
  • Insurance disputes
  • Restrictive covenant and trade secret litigation

We offer the following business and commercial litigation services:

  • Demand letter and initial negotiations
  • Filing of a lawsuit
  • Conducting discovery
    • Including written discovery (form interrogatories, special interrogatories, requests for production of documents, and requests for admissions) and
    • Oral discovery (taking depositions, conducting interviews of witnesses)
  • Motion writing
  • Trial and appeal
  • Judgment collection

After successful resolution of your case we also offer:

  • Investigative services to pursue collection of a judgment/settlement
  • Preparation and administration of a judgment debtor’s examination
    • A judgment debtor’s examination is an order by the Court for the debtor to appear under oath to divulge personal financial information to aid in the collection of a judgment to include, inter alia, bank account numbers and information, personal and real property ownership, income from any source derived, personal property including jewelry and vehicle ownership etc.
    • If judgment debtor fails to show, a warrant may be issued for their arrest and punishment for contempt of court, including payment of our attorney fees
  • Placement of lien on any and all real property owned by judgment debtor
  • Garnishment of any and all wages received by judgment debtor
  • Filing Notice of Levy of any and all assets such as bank accounts
  • Filing Writ of Execution to force the sale of any and all personal or real property