Beverly Hills Litigation Attorney Paul B. Nesbitt
Nesbitt Law | PC has helped many clients over the years attain positive outcomes in business lawsuits. If you are being sued, or you suspect that the best legal remedy for your situation is through litigation, please contact Attorney Paul B. Nesbitt. With over four decades of experience in business law, Mr. Nesbitt is a sensible choice for representation.
We support businesses and individuals through every stage of their case. Attorney Nesbitt uses his experience and skill to efficiently handle and resolve legal concerns so that clients can get back to what they do best. Call our firm at (310) 777-0448 to make an appointment with Mr. Nesbitt.
Some business disputes can develop into serious situations that demand strong litigation efforts. Attorney Paul B. Nesbitt is able to pursue cases involving breach of contract, business partnerships, interference with contractual relationships, defamation, dissolutions, shareholder disputes, and more.
When a contract is entered into by two parties, and one party is accused of failing to fulfill that contract and of causing monetary loss, there may be grounds for a lawsuit. This is a common form of business litigation, and one that Mr. Nesbitt is prepared to pursue or defend vigorously. We take the success of our clients seriously, and work to gain favorable results in their behalf.
Business Dissolution Disputes
When it becomes necessary to end a business, there may be complex issues to consider and resolve. Certain corporate and tax requirements must be followed in order to avoid potentially serious consequences. Mr. Nesbitt can guide you through business dissolution procedures and protect your personal, financial, and professional interests.
Whether the dissolution of a business is voluntary or court-ordered, a well thought out exit plan can shield owners and stakeholders from liabilities and debts while also caring for ongoing business concerns. In cases of involuntary dissolution due to improper conduct by a partner, the court may appoint an independent receiver to manage operations until the dissolution is in effect.
The need to end a business can arise due to partnership disputes, misconduct, revenue issues, or poorly written partnership agreements and business formation. In nearly every situation, a knowledgeable dissolution attorney can protect your interests and guide you to the next success.
Call Nesbitt Law | PC for Strong Business Litigation Representation
As an award-winning attorney with many years’ experience, Lawyer Paul B. Nesbitt provides sound legal counsel and effective representation in litigation matters. Whether you need to discuss the possibility of a lawsuit to remedy a real estate defect, or you need to respond to a legal action filed against your interests, Nesbitt Law | PC may be able to help you find the right solution.