ALEXANDRIA, VA BUSINESS AND CIVIL LITIGATION LAWYERS
Attorneys Serving Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Becker, Kellogg & Berry, P.C. effectively represents clients in business and civil litigation at the state, federal and appellate court levels.
Thorough research and detailed case preparation, along with a reputation for successful courtroom representation, provide our clients with effective results without enduring unnecessarily long or protracted trials. It is to this end that our Alexandria, VA civil litigation lawyers gear their efforts and strive to deliver cost-effective resolutions. By artfully employing strategic measures at each step of the litigation process, beginning with initial pleadings and motions that curtail litigation through masterful discovery and settlement negotiations, the complexity of many cases can be diminished. With our clients' objectives clearly in mind, our business attorneys utilize effective legal tactics to reach timely resolutions whenever possible. Our attorneys also appeal judgments on behalf of our clients.
Our firm provides representation for civil litigation to individuals, corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, sole proprietorships, financial institutions and other business-related clients. We litigate to resolve disputes and controversies involving:
- Contract interpretation
- Breach of contract
- Contract disputes
- Transaction disputes
- Business disputes
- Business negligence
- Business partnership disputes
- Business torts
- Vendor disputes
- Shareholder disputes
- Licensing litigation
- Real estate controversy
- Landlord-tenant disputes
- Collections litigation
- Unfair competition
- General civil litigation
The business attorneys of Becker, Kellogg & Berry, P.C. have substantial business and civil litigation experience and are prepared to assist you in resolving your business matters. Please contact our law firm online or phone our office at 888-312-5087 to arrange a consultation.
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