Boulder Business Dispute Attorneys
Sophisticated Legal Advocacy in Colorado
As a businessperson, you may find yourself in a disagreement with a third party or even your own business partner. At Goff & Goff, we effectively advocate for both plaintiffs and defendants in business litigation and have extensive trial experience. Our Boulder business dispute lawyers have been providing results-driven representation for over 20 years.
When you come to our firm for assistance, we will carefully analyze the facts and circumstances surrounding the dispute. We will walk you through all available legal options once we have a thorough understanding of your case. Our preference is to seek a reasonable compromise with the other party if possible, but if not we are capable of protecting your rights in court.
Our Boulder business attorneys can assist you with cases involving:
- Breach of Contract. Businesses use legal agreements to define their relationships with and obligations to employees, clients, and other companies. If your business was harmed as the result of a breach of contract, we can help you hold the breaching party accountable. Our firm can also represent you if your business has been sued for breach of contract.
- Violation of Non-Compete Agreements. Many companies possess proprietary information and have developed intellectual property which constitute the principal assets of their businesses. Departing employees may attempt to take sensitive information to unfairly compete with their prior employer. Under Colorado law, non-compete agreements are enforceable in certain circumstances. Our lawyers can advise you regarding the enforceability of a non-compete agreement.
- Partnership Conflicts. Business partners may disagree about the direction of the business or how to dissolve their partnership. Such disputes often hinge on the legal documents that formed the partnership. In any dispute a careful review of the foundational documents and a solid understanding of the dispute itself may open the door to a prompt resolution. If not, litigation may become necessary if the dispute cannot be resolved informally. Our Boulder business lawyers can represent you in either scenario.
- Collection Issues. Many business disputes involve a refusal or inability of one party to pay a debt owed to the other. Collection disputes can be more complicated than they appear. Effective representation in these cases usually involves understanding the financial capability of the indebted party, including what assets would be available to the creditor in the event of a bankruptcy. Our lawyers are experienced in representing both debtors and creditors in collection disputes.