Charleston, WV Business Dispute Attorneys
Aggressive Determination & Attention to Detail
At Pence Law Firm PLLC, our skilled Charleston business dispute lawyers aid businesses that are pursuing litigation against another party or need reliable defense from allegations. Every attorney in our firm understands that advocating on behalf of our clients is our primary responsibility. Our extensive experience allows us to assess judges, jurisdictions, and even opposing attorneys to understand how to craft arguments to stay ahead of the competition. Attention to detail combined with aggressive determination to stay ahead has contributed to our proven record of success.
Defend your business with a Charleston business dispute lawyer from Pence Law Firm PLLC. Call (304) 345-7250 to get started.
Types of Business Disputes We Handle
There is a lot that goes into running a successful business, and a business dispute can be devastating on both a personal and professional level. A lawsuit should not have the effect of devastating your livelihood. At Pence Law Firm PLLC, our team is committed to helping you navigate through this process with your best interests in mind.
Below are only some of the cases our Charleston business dispute attorneys can help with:
- Business disputes
- Contract disputes
- Tortious interference
Our team has successfully represented a wide variety of business disputes. We focus on achieving your objectives through a collaborative approach to law. We fight hard for our clients, with the results to prove it. When you need legal counsel that acts in your best interests, turn to Pence Law Firm PLLC.
Charleston Attorneys Handling Contract Disputes
The purpose of a contract is to ensure two or more parties are legally obligated to abide by the terms of an established agreement. Contracts play an essential role in operating a business, meaning that when a contract dispute arises, your business and livelihood is threatened. If you are taking legal action for a breach of contract or getting sued for breaking a contract and need an attorney for business disputes, our team can help. We can deep dive into the terms of the contract and fight for our client’s best interests.
How to Prove Tortious Interference
Tortious interference occurs when one party knowing and intentionally damages a contract or business relationship with a third party and causes economic harm as a result. For example, if a business is responsible under contract to transport goods from Point A to Point B, but someone knowingly interferes so the products are unable to leave Point A, and the business loses money, the interfering party can be held accountable for tortious interference.
In this case, a few elements need to be proven:
- A valid contract existed between two parties;
- The third party was aware that a contract existed;
- The third party knowingly intended to affect the contract;
- Interference occurred; and
- The economic damage of one of the original parties is the result.
Our extensive experience allows us to understand the tactics used by attorneys to protect their clients. We aggressively act on behalf of our client’s business and their legal rights. For effective representation, Pence Law Firm LLC has earned the trust of large and small businesses in Charleston, West Virginia and the larger Kanawha County area.
Proven Track Record & Over 115 Years of Combined Experience
Working with a skilled attorney is important when your business is on the line. Our years of experience mean that we understand business law and how to navigate the courtroom in pursuit of a positive outcome for our clients. With a proven track record and over 115 years of combined experience, Pence Law Firm PLLC has a unique understanding of securing the courtroom advantage. If you need to act in a business dispute, reach out to our team today.