Representing Businesses Nationwide In Business Disputes

Businesses are vulnerable in many ways. Negligence, misrepresentation and other misconduct can seriously damage a company's long-term profitability, or could even end the company altogether. When this type of harm emerges, the prosecution of a business tort case may be the only remedy.

Edgar Law Firm LLC is a nationwide advocate for businesses. With more than a century of combined experience, our firm examines your case systematically to build a strong case on your behalf.

Establishing Successful Business Tort Cases

There are many circumstances under which court proceedings may be appropriate. Examples of scenarios include:

  • Another party's interference with a business's operational ability
  • Misrepresentation of fact during contract negotiation
  • The intentional dissemination of untrue or slanderous statements about a business
  • Patent infringement or trade secret theft

In any of these scenarios and other similar instances, our attorneys at Edgar Law Firm LLC provide complete and thorough case evaluations. Our lawyers identify relevant law and gather evidence. As a result, they bring the strongest case possible before the court.

Attorneys at our firm regard clients as business partners, and our main objective is protecting clients' interests. We prioritize efficiency and effectiveness, and our goal is to maximize financial recovery.

As a nationwide law firm, we have worked extensively with plaintiffs and defendants in business torts and other forms of commercial litigation.

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Our firm maintains offices throughout the country and services businesses nationwide. Multiple attorneys at the firm are recognized for their ethical and professional standards and are recipients of the AV preeminent* rating under Martindale-Hubbell's peer review system.

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Martindale-Hubbell is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of members of the Bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell ratings fall into two categories - legal ability and general ethical standards.