Our firm has the experience and expertise to know when to litigate and when to mediate
When encountering fraud in business, the business owner or executive is often given two important choices: to litigate or mediate. Determining which legal course to take is not always a simple question. It requires counsel of an experienced business law firm like ours.
Fraud itself is an unnerving yet almost predictable part of working in a competitive and interconnected business environment. That does not make it acceptable, of course, but it is hardly uncommon to encounter intentional or negligent misrepresentation, tortious interference, non-disclosure, breach of contract, concealment or a suppression of material facts. In many businesses, the problem originates from within, when partners or employees steal money or trade secrets.
While misrepresentations come in many forms, a solid commercial litigator with experience in fraud is your best ally in achieving justice. Abraham Mathew and his firm are experienced at investigating the unlawful actions of the perpetrators to the fullest extent. Just as important, Mathew and his partners understand the constellation of considerations around business, which include reputation, relationships and the long and short-term costs of litigation. Our firm will identify the best possible strategy to address the particular type of fraud harming your business.
When you retain our boutique firm, successful continuity and growth of your business is always our goal. Abraham Mathew counsels and assists clients cease all fraudulent and unlawful actions and seek appropriate restitution and protection.
If your business has been cheated, it was a deliberate act requiring a swift and forceful response. Call us today at (310) 478-4349 or submit your information online to schedule a free consultation to discuss how we can help you recover what is rightfully yours.