Business Law Attorney in Okaloosa County
Respect for contractual terms and the law governing business actions and
relationships is a crucial aspect of a smoothly operating business market.
Disputes are inevitable, but the ways in which such disputes are handled
— before and after they arise — signifies the longevity and
success that a business will enjoy.
Richard S. Johnson and Associates, P.A., has represented clients in contract
disputes and business litigation matters in the state of Florida for 20 years.
For efficient and professional representation, contact our office as soon
as possible. We are proud to be a small firm that can provide personalized
attention to our business clients. When you retain our assistance, we
can fully protect your interests and your rights.
We represent a broad variety of clients in all matters of contract disputes,
Employment disputes, including wage and hour and overtime disputes
Real estate disputes
Corporate and shareholder disputes, including breach of fiduciary duty claims
When negotiation and mediation are ineffective, we offer experienced, strategic
and persuasive representation in business and commercial litigation. Our
legal services may also include antitrust and unfair competition, professional
malpractice, fraud or misrepresentation (including tortious interference
with contractual relationships), misappropriation of trade secrets or
intellectual property, violation of non-compete and nondisclosure agreements
and defamation. Our experience handling contract disputes and business
litigation also gives us strong insight into identifying, and avoiding,
the high costs of defending against potential future liability.
Do you need an attorney in Okaloosa County?
Contact our contract litigation attorneys online or call Richard S. Johnson and Associates, P.A., toll free for a
free initial consultation about your legal matter. We are often sought as local Florida counsel
in business disputes spanning the nation.
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