If you own or manage a business, you know that one misstep can make the difference between profit and loss — between success and failure. A dispute with another business can bring distraction at a crucial time, threatening your ability to run your business. Losing a lawsuit could bring additional problems, including substantial or even crippling expenses.
At the Hughey Law Firm LLC, we are experienced in resolving commercial and business legal disputes, and understand that you need to be free to manage your business. We offer aggressive, experienced and affordable commercial litigation services, and we will work to resolve your dispute, defend your rights and fully manage your case, enabling you to focus on your business and your customers.
Experienced Business and Commercial Litigation Legal Services.
Attorney Nathan Hughey and the lawyers of Hughey Law Firm LLC have handled numerous legal disputes between businesses, and between businesses and individuals. We are experienced in both negotiation and litigation, and we can work to resolve disputes regarding partnerships, covenants not to compete, breaches of contract and unfair trade practices. Additionally, we can resolve disputes involving:
If you have questions regarding business and commercial litigation, call us. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in commercial and business disputes and offers contingency fee*, flat fee or hourly billing options in these matters. Lawyer Nathan Hughey has helped thousands of people. Hughey Law Firm LLC offers free initial consultations, accepts credit cards and is conveniently located on Chuck Dawley Blvd. From our Mount Pleasant law office, we help people throughout Charleston and all of South Carolina. We are available for evening and weekend appointments and are also available nights and weekends by phone. Contact us online or call us at 843-881-8644
*Fees calculated before expenses, client not liable for expenses if case does not result in payment.
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