Portland Business Fraud Attorney
Vancouver License Agreements Lawyer
If one party lies to another in an attempt to entice them into a contract, that's fraud. It can occur in any sector of the business arena.
At Slinde Nelson, we represent plaintiffs and defendants in business fraud litigation. Our business fraud litigation philosophy is simple: strike smart, strike fast, and play offense at every possible turn, even when we represent the defendant. It's a strategy that's served our clients very well.
Call 503.278.4298 (Portland) or 1.866.601.9440 today or contact us online to discuss your business fraud litigation needs.
Offering Extensive Experience in Business Fraud Litigation
The business law attorneys at our firm have experience with fraud claims relating to:
- Buy-sell agreements
- Franchise agreements
- License agreements
- Shareholders and managing partners of LLCs and LLPs
- Real estate, loans, and construction contracts
In order to be called fraud, there must have been some level of malicious intent on the defendant's part. If someone violated a contract, intentionally or unintentionally, then you're dealing with breach of contract.
The Benefit of Our Firm's Experience
Slinde Nelson is a business law firm run by lawyers with actual experience in the business world — the world you live in. We understand what you want from your attorney, and we know how to deliver it. We are committed to providing prompt responses to phone calls and responsible billing practices.
If we think you're going to lose, we'll advise against filing the claim and no further harm will be done. But if you've been financially harmed, or have been wrongfully accused of causing financial harm, it's at least worth it to look into getting a lawyer. And since we offer free initial consultations for litigation matters, you can do so with little risk.
Contact Us for a Free Initial Consultation
Call 503.278.4298 (Portland) or 1.866.601.9440 today, or contact us online to see whether we're the right law firm for you. We will help explore any concerns you have involving business fraud litigation.