Alabama Business Litigation Lawyer

Jefferson County Alabama Business Litigation Attorney

I have handled business litigation cases in courts in 10 different states.

Greg has extensive experience handling business litigation matters of all types. Owners of all sizes of businesses turn to Yaghmai Law to resolve complex disputes and tort litigation involving breach of contract, partnership disputes, shareholder oppression, and business fraud. He also assists clients with business transaction matters, such as drafting lease agreements, handling purchases and sales of ownership interests, and drafting and reviewing business agreements.

In real world terms, there are times when a business ends up in court and will need aggressive and attacking representation. On other occasions, trying to resolve a dispute is the order of the day. Greg has a wide variety of successful experience on both tracks.

Greg often handles cases in other states for a variety of business and individual clients.

Alabama Business Dispute Lawyer

I represent business owners and business professionals in disputes that may arise with affiliates, competitors, consumers, current or former employees, officers or directors, and vendors.others.

Some of these include:

  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Breach of warranty
  • Business fraud
  • Disputes arising from a merger or acquisition
  • Disputes between partners, shareholders, or members
  • Disputes over investments
  • Disputes over investors
  • Disputes over the purchase or disposition of capital
  • Infringement of trade secrets
  • Infringement of trademark or copyright
  • Interference with prospective clients
  • Joint venture disputes
  • Real estate disputes

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