Business owners know that the success of any particular venture often relies on people: both those the company employs and the ones it serves. Sometimes, however, good workers and strong client relationships are not enough and businesses have to rely on one another to meet their goals. In a perfect world, transactions between businesses would take place in a smooth, orderly and mutually beneficial manner. Unfortunately, they don't always turn out that way.
Allred & Allred, P.C. is a Montgomery, Alabama law firm whose business litigation attorneys aggressively represent business clients in a wide variety of litigation. With an emphasis on personalized attention and dedication, we work tirelessly to obtain the best outcome for our clients, whether it's an established company or a fresh-faced entrepreneur. Contact our firm at 334.396.9200 or visit our website for a consultation at no cost to you.
There are a number of legal theories under which an Alabama company can seek redress for injuries caused to it by another business. The strength of a claim under any of these and other theories depends on various factors, not the least of which are the particulars of a given dispute. Nevertheless, it is important that a company seek the counsel of an experienced business attorney in pursuing legal action.
Unfair competition practices are subject to civil - and in some cases - criminal penalty under state laws that are strictly enforced in order to root out illegal restraints on trade. In addition, negligence, fraud, deceit and conversion (a company's wrongful possession or disposition of another's property) are just a few of the business tort claims that can be utilized to defend an entity's interests.
Intentional interference with contract or business relations is another available tort claim under Alabama law where one business wrongfully interferes with another's transactions or contracts with existing customers. Other important tools under Alabama law include include the right, depending upon the circumstances, to enforce or avoid non-competition agreements and non-solicitation and confidentiality agreements with employees and/or other companies. Similarly, the Alabama Trade Secrets Act seeks to encourage commercial development by ensuring that a business's trade secrets remain its own.
Our Alabama business lawyers provide clients with the counsel and advice necessary to make informed decisions about how they operate and protect their interests. We work directly with clients to ensure that they understand the legal tools available and are fully involved in any strategy decisions.
At Allred & Allred, our attorneys have more than 40 years of combined experience representing both individual and business clients throughout the state. We have a hard-earned reputation for fully litigating our client's interests, while maintaining the negotiation skills necessary to reach settlement when possible. Our lawyers are civil trial specialists, certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and founding partner David E. Allred is "AV" rated by Martindale-Hubbell, placing him among the ranks of the country's preeminent attorneys (Please strike).
We proudly serve clients throughout Alabama from our offices in Montgomery. Our business litigation attorneys are available to provide an honest and complete assessment of your case and explain how we can help. Contact our office today to discuss your questions with a lawyer. We look forward to serving you.