Civil Litigation

Meeting Your Complex Civil Litigation Needs

At Pope McMillan, P.A. we work with clients to effectively and efficiently handle their civil litigation needs. Whether your matter arises from doing business or from a personal injury, our attorneys will strive for a just result.

Resolving Business Disputes

We regularly represent clients in all types of trials, appearances before regulatory authorities, arbitrations, and settlement negotiations in order to resolve business disputes. Business litigation is the area of law covering disputes that arise in business and commercial transactions. Many types of issues require business litigation, some common examples include:

  • Contract disputes
  • Employer/employee disputes
  • Business formation
  • Fraud and deceptive trade practices
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Noncompete agreements
  • Interference with a contract

Many corporations and organizations throughout North Carolina trust our firm to represent their best interests. Whatever your dispute may be, our purpose is to find a resolution that minimizes the cost to your business and gets you back to work.

Dedicated To Pursuing Just Results

Civil litigation includes a number of different issues ranging from personal injury cases to product liability and from construction/real estate disputes to workers’ compensation claims. Regardless of the subject matter of the dispute, our trial lawyers are experienced at guiding cases through the various stages of resolution from pleadings, negotiation, discovery and trial, should it be necessary. We will advise and counsel clients along the way so that they are able to make informed decisions at every stage of the process, always keeping their goals in mind.

Find Out How We Can Help You

If you have a business dispute or other civil litigation matter, contact our firm online, or call us at 704-873-2131 to set up an appointment. From our office in Statesville, we serve clients throughout Iredell County.

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