Businesses are important to South Carolina. Located in Charleston, SC, the Theos Law Firm, LLC represents businesses in civil litigation throughout South Carolina.
Running a business is a difficult task, requiring hard work and intensive focus in order for the business to be managed successfully. Unfortunately, legal issues can arise during the normal course of business operations, distracting valuable organizational focus from the needs of the business. Furthermore, if not handled appropriately, a business’ legal issues can have enormous consequences for the company’s future.
However, business litigation doesn’t have to be so difficult. With the help of qualified legal counsel, these types of issues can be effectively resolved in order to allow a company’s owners or managers to focus their energies where they belong. If you are involved in business litigation or want to pursue litigation in Charleston, the lawyers at the Theos Law Firm, LLC understand how important the outcome can be for you and your company, and can help you fight to protect your company.
COMMON REASONS FOR BUSINESS LITIGATION
Business litigation may arise over a variety of different issues, ranging from relatively simple disputes to remarkably complex legal issues. When it comes to business litigation, some of the most common issues that arise include:
- Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices
- Business Trade Secrets
- Unfair Competition
- Intellectual Property
- Tortious Interference with Contract
- Civil Conspiracy
- Banking litigation
- Commercial Debt Collection
- Shareholder disputes
- Contract disputes
- Securities litigation
- Non-Compete agreement disputes
- Non-Solicitation agreement disputes
Protecting your company, your employees, and all other concerned parties when dealing with these or other legal matters pertaining to your business is critical.
If you are involved in a business dispute and need legal guidance, our legal team at the Theos Law Firm, LLC, has the experience, knowledge, and resources necessary to help you effectively represent your business’s interests. Discuss the legal matters you are dealing with and how we can fight to protect you and your company by calling us today at (843) 577-7046
Frequently Asked Questions
How is negligence determined in South Carolina?
Generally, there are three prongs for proving negligence. First, the evidence needs to show that the person who caused the injury owed the victim a duty of care. Second, it must be proven that the person who caused the injury failed to carry out that duty; third, the proof will demonstrate that the victim suffered damages because of the failure to carry out that duty. Proving negligence is the foundation of a successful personal injury claim. It is difficult without the assistance of a knowledgeable personal injury lawyer. Call the Theos Law firm for help.