| Business Litigation
Partnerships, started in the flush of a new idea and lots
of capital, can quickly or slowly turn sour. When partners no longer
get along, or sometimes even speak to each other, how can they run
the business? How can they minimize the damage of ending the relationship,
a dilemma even more complex when partners are related to each other?
Landlords and tenants can disagree about everything from how the
loud the radio should be to whether the pipes in the bathroom need
replacing. Buyers and sellers of real property have questions about
bids, offers, sales and guarantees.
Usually all of these issues come under the category “contracts”
– how to make them, how to break them, and what to do when
you are caught in the middle of one.
At Adel & Pollack, our first goal is always
to stop the problem before it begins. How many times we have said
to clients: If only you had called us before things got this bad.
We often counsel business people on how to get through some tricky
transition areas without winding up with a lawsuit.
When it comes to business litigation, Adel & Pollack’s
first motto is – try to avoid it. Drafting contracts that
have solutions built in to them is a good start toward avoiding
litigation. Advising folks during the formation and the winding
down of business relationship is another way Adel & Pollack
keeps its clients out of the courtroom.
But, when litigation cannot be avoided, Nancy Adel & Barry
Pollack are experienced at presenting their clients’ positions
in the most favorable light possible. Litigating tough while remaining
open and accessible to alternative solutions to complex problems
is the key to success.
If you or a loved one is in need of legal assistance, call Adel
& Pollack at (310) 443-4455 or submit
an online questionnaire. The initial consultation is free of
charge. In many cases, a lawsuit must be filed before an applicable
expiration date, known as a statute of limitations. Please call
right away to ensure that you do not waive your right to possible