Illegal activities by employees, vendors or contractors can irrevocably damage a business that took years to establish and build. In the blink of an eye, disputes between or among owners of closed companies can transform futures. The services of an experienced business litigation attorney is crucial when responding to an unexpected crisis, negotiating to avoid litigation, or requiring effective and strong representation in a court of law when it becomes necessary.
Litigation related costs can have a profound impact on company finances. Chuck Gabriel and his colleagues at Chalmers, Pak, Burch & Adams, LLC, have served a broad range of business clients ranging from large corporations to sole proprietor individuals, entrepreneurs and professionals, all with the goal of efficiently and effectively resolving their legal challenges.
In matters ranging from unfair business practices to the theft of corporate trade secrets; from breach of contract to unfair competition; from complex business torts to deliberate destruction of business relationships — attorney Chuck Gabriel brings a wealth of experience and a long track record of success to the table for his clients.
As a client, you can have confidence that not only are you represented by extremely capable and experienced counsel, but you will also be dealing with personable lawyers that have maintained their sense of humor – lawyers that you can call at any time to discuss your case and get candid, straight answers.
If you or your business is contemplating or facing litigation, The Gabriel Law Firm, PC, a member of Chalmers, Pak, Burch & Adams, is ready to help with knowledgeable, aggressive representation on your behalf. Contact us or call for a complimentary consultation.
Chuck Gabriel represents clients in a wide range of business disputes, such as:
- Breach of contract and contract disputes
- Tortious interference with contract
- Business torts and fraud
- Tortious interference with business relations
- Director, officer, or employee wrongdoing
- Misappropriation of funds, larceny and embezzlement
- Breaches of fiduciary duties and loyalty obligations
- Breach of employment contracts, non-disclosure contracts, and non-compete agreements
- Business partnership or shareholder disputes
- Unfair business practices and unfair competition
- Complex business and commercial litigation
- Employment litigation
- Infringement, conversion, misappropriation of intellectual property, or violations of intellectual property agreements