Experienced Business Litigation Attorneys
As a business owner, there is a high probability that you will have to defend yourself and your business from a lawsuit at some point. A disgruntled employee, a long-overdue invoice, an unsatisfied agreement; all can lead to costly and time-consuming litigation.
When you are served with a summons or are threatened with legal action, do not trust your hard-earned business assets and the future success of your company to just anyone. Seek the counsel of an established and well-respected business litigation law firm.
Helping Indiana And Michigan Businesses With Business Lawsuits
The lawyers at Hahn|Walz Attorneys at Law have nearly 50 years of combined experience providing comprehensive corporate and business law representation to businesses in South Bend and throughout northern Indiana and southern Michigan.
As our client, we will assess your situation, explain your options, negotiate solutions that are most appropriate for your circumstances and pursue your interests in court, if necessary. We provide assistance in a number of areas of business law, including:
- Collections: Assisting with collections and pursuing your rights as a creditor
- Bankruptcy: Providing guidance when your finances are tight and identifying options when you need a fresh start
- Labor law: Protecting your business assets from employee claims and negotiating labor disputes
- Contracts: Asserting your rights in court following a breach of contract and providing an aggressive defense to contract claims aimed against your company
Experienced. Accessible. Efficient.
At Hahn|Walz, your success is our success. We strive to provide your business with efficient results and effective solutions, taking the best approach for a cost-effective resolution, whether through negotiation, arbitration or litigation.
Call us locally at 574-400-8702 or toll free at 866-307-8690 to speak with an experienced attorney or submit your questions or concerns using our online form.
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