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Business Litigation Lawyers

Accomplished Chicago Business Litigation Attorneys

Any kind of disagreement can turn into a major dispute that requires the services of a skilled business litigation attorney. When you retain Walsh, Knippen & Cetina, Chartered, you are putting the opposition on notice that you mean business.

Our attorneys are known and respected in legal circles as an effective trial lawyers who gets results for their clients. We know how to analyze a case, develop a winning strategy and follow through with to get powerful results. Our firm is noted for its effective use of computer technology in the office and in the courtroom.

Resolving Disputes as Cost Effectively as Possible

Working with an experienced and dedicated staff, our business litigation attorneys prepare every case as if it will go to trial. This approach enhances our ability to reach a cost-effective settlement outside the courtroom.

We represent businesses, non-profit organization and government entities in a broach range of disputes, including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Lack of consideration
  • Lack of mutuality
  • Non performance
  • Non compete agreements
  • Employment agreements
  • Employment discrimination
  • Retaliation
  • Wrongful discharge
  • Unfair trade practices
  • Commercial lease disputes
  • Injunctions

In every case, we ask: Does it make economic sense to pursue this legal action? The costs of commercial litigation can be substantial. We will only advise our clients to pursue litigation if the potential benefits outweigh the likely costs. And we perform an on-going cost-benefit analysis throughout the process.

Whether you are a business owner facing a lawsuit against you or a lawyer searching for an experienced and effective business litigation attorney, please contact Walsh, Knippen & Cetina, Chartered in Wheaton, Illinois.


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