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Lefkoff Law can represent your business in any legal matter in Georgia’s Magistrate, State, Superior, and/or Federal courts. Whether you are defending against a case under $15,000.00 in Magistrate Court or pursuing a seven-figure claim in Superior Court, we have the experience to represent your business in the case.

We always prefer to help our clients avoid business disputes before they happen, with proper planning to avoid the liability hazards specific to the client’s business. Sometimes, however, the disputes are unavoidable. No matter the type of dispute – including partner, vendor, or customer – Lefkoff Law is ready to help.

We regularly represent plaintiffs and defendants in business litigation cases involving:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Fraud and Fraudulent Misrepresentation
  • Conversion and Other Torts
  • Unjust Enrichment
  • Negligence
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Usurpation of Corporate Opportunity
  • Tortious Interference With Contract and/or Business Relations
  • Breach of Partnership or Operating Agreement
  • Membership or Shareholder Disputes
  • Claims Made by Consumers or Customers
  • Georgia Fair Business Practices Act
  • Breach of Warranty

In addition to representing business plaintiffs and defendants, we also represent businesses named as third-parties in ongoing litigation and those that have been served with third-party discovery requests, notices to produce, subpoenas for production of evidence, and numerous other legal documents. We also represent businesses who have been served with notices of deposition under O.C.G.A. § 9-11-30(b)(6) for the deposition of a company representative.

At Lefkoff Law, we understand 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.