Trusted Legal Representation For Resolving Business Disputes
A business dispute can have costly implications that threaten a company’s competitive value and, ultimately, its bottom line. At Farrell, Hamilton & Julian, P.C., in Godfrey, Illinois, we have aggressively represented small and medium-sized companies with complicated business disputes since 1965.
Skilled Negotiators And Veteran Trial Lawyers
We are experienced negotiators and trial attorneys. Our legal team has successfully resolved complex business disputes among partners, shareholders, landlords, tenants, banks and consumers, including:
- Breach of contract
- Breach of a promissory note
- Partnership disputes
- Collection disputes
- Employee contract disputes
- Vendor and supplier disputes
- Shareholder disputes
Many of our business attorneys are certified public accountants. Their accounting backgrounds help them anticipate tax implications, while guiding clients to resolve their business disputes cost-effectively.
We understand your goal is to resolve your business dispute as quickly as possible. Our attorneys will begin preparing your case from the moment you hire us. We work with accountants, appraisers, real estate agents and other experts to document damages and establish liability.
Representation In Arbitration
Attorney Phillip Hamilton has been trained in arbitration by a local court and has worked in this area for more than 15 years. He often recommends arbitration for civil defendants.
In arbitration, a neutral party hears the evidence from both sides and determines an outcome. The ruling is binding, if both parties agree to that in advance. Overall, arbitration is quicker and cheaper than resolving a business dispute in court.
Insightful Mediation Counsel
Often, retired judges will serve as neutral third parties in mediation. They do not hand down a ruling. Instead, the mediator guides the parties to a settlement.
Our legal team has extensive experience in mediation and will effectively present the evidence to get the best possible outcome for you.
Let Us Guide You Through The Process
We explain the law in plain English to help clients determine their legal options and whether they should settle the business dispute through mediation, arbitration or trial.