Business and Commercial Litigation

Success in resolving business disputes can be crucial. Significant amounts of capital, a stake in a business, the health and future of an organization, or an individual’s primary financial assets can be at stake.

At the law firm of Higgins & Burke, P.C., we have successfully resolved business and commercial disputes for our clients. Commercial and business litigation can involve complex contracts, securities, and corporate and finance law. We are experienced and skilled business attorneys, and can handle both simple and complex business-related disputes and issues, including:

  • Partnership, corporate and joint venture disputes dissolutions
  • Shareholder rights, including shareholder rights during dissolution
  • Breach of contract
  • Breach of restrictive covenants
  • Commercial evictions
  • Collections
  • Contract disputes
  • Warranty litigation and breach of warranty
  • Directors’ and officers’ liabilities
  • Trade secrets

We can both defend you and pursue your rights against other parties. If a party refuses to pay for goods you have delivered, we sue for payment. If you have been forced out of an organization in which you were a shareholder, we can represent you in efforts to obtain maximum value for your investment. And we can represent your organization in efforts to remove a shareholder who has committed a breach of fiduciary duty or any other violation.

Our attorney team has more than 40 years of combined experience in handling both transaction and litigation matters. If you or your firm has commercial and business litigation questions, including questions regarding the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), we can provide experienced and effective legal assistance.

Contact Us

If you have commercial and business litigation questions, call us. We offer free initial consultations. We accept evening and weekend appointments and are conveniently located in downtown St. Charles. Free parking is available and plentiful. To contact us, call 630-762-9081.

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