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Conflicts between companies or a company and its shareholders occur regularly. Not all attorneys have experience handling all the considerations that go along with a suit between two business entities. To handle a dispute between two business entities, attorneys need to be aware of complex legal issues regarding attorney-client privilege in a corporate setting, regulations governing certain actions businesses may wish to take, and how to deal with important witnesses who are former employees.

The attorneys at Sherrets Bruno & Vogt, LLC, regularly represent businesses in disputes with other businesses. Situations giving rise to commercial litigation include:

  • Shareholder suits
  • Consumer fraud and consumer protection
  • Unfair Competition
  • Trade Secrets
  • Interference with Business Relations
  • Insurance Coverage
  • Governmental Contracts
  • Defamatory Reviews or Posts

Successes in commercial litigation include recovering approximately $20 million in delayed compensation resulting from the purchase of a Nebraska company by a national entity and successful defense of an insurance broker against a suit alleging ERISA violations and seeking $7 million. Sherrets Bruno & Vogt has also successfully defended suits alleging a business made fraudulent misrepresentations in order to obtain investment money.