Lefkoff Law can represent you in any legal matter surrounding your Georgia-based business in Magistrate, State, Superior, and Federal courts. Steven has experience working on both the plaintiff and defendant sides of disputes. The firm knows how to handle cases between businesses or between your business and a customer; the team understands the nuances unique to each situation and can help you focus on the integral points of your case. Lefkoff Law believes that when beginning the litigation process, you should have the strategy necessary to take the case all the way to trial. This depth of planning and knowledge of your case is something the firm takes seriously and offers to each client. Often disputes can be resolved before trial, but evaluating a litigation dispute in the eyes of trial strategy is one of the best ways to ensure you have proper representation.
BUSINESS REPRESENTATION &
Lefkoff Law can assist your business with a variety of legal services. Our attention-to-detail and client-focused approach make us an ideal partner for your needs. With a broad range of knowledge, including specific focus in the areas of Motor Vehicle Law and the Fair Business Practices Act, the firm can serve many types of clients.Contact Us
MOTOR VEHICLE LAW
Lefkoff Law has a particular focus on the representation of companies in the motor vehicle space. Those businesses include, but are not limited to, independent motor vehicle dealerships, repair facilities, auctions, and financial institutions. The motor vehicle industry is unique, and having legal counsel that understands both the particular business and the industry as a whole is critically important. Your counsel should understand the way your business works. At Lefkoff Law, we do. Whether you are establishing a new business in the motor vehicle space or are a seasoned veteran, Lefkoff Law can help make your practices “best practices”.
BUSINESS GENERAL COUNSEL
Georgia’s Fair Business Practices Act (O.C.G.A. § 10-1-390, et seq.), prohibits unfair or deceptive business practices in the marketplace. The FBPA outlines more than thirty (30) unlawful practices, though the list contained in the code section is not exhaustive. If you are a business facing an FBPA complaint, which can be asserted by an individual consumer or by Georgia’s Department of Law, Consumer Protection Division, you should seek advice from licensed Georgia counsel familiar with the Act. Steven Lefkoff has defended numerous businesses in FBPA matters, and has spoken on the FBPA at numerous seminars. It helps to have counsel with experience in the FBPA in your corner.