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The Smart Way to Run a Business Partnership — How to Avoid Partnership Fights — Our Chicago Law Firm Represents Partners, Shareholders, LLC Members in Closely Held Businesses in Partnership, Shareholder and LLC Member Lawsuits



The following lists some of the key factors to consider as you face business partnership litigation:

Business Litigation Goals. It is important to consider what you hope to accomplish through partnership litigation. It is important to consider the ideal end result as you evaluate your options and litigation strategies. Unfortunately, the ideal end results often gets lost in the highly-charged emotions of litigation so it is important to set out your litigation goals at the outset and remind yourself of your optimal resolution through the partnership litigation process. Understanding your goals will also help you evaluate potential settlement offers.

Litigation Strategy. It is important to know where you want to go so that you can then develop a litigation strategy, a legal map of sorts, on how you plan to reach your end goal. A business litigation strategy should be developed in close collaboration with your business litigation lawyer. At DiTommaso Lubin Austermuehle, our knowledgeable Illinois business litigation attorneys can help you analyze complex legal issues, such as potential violations of fiduciary duties, alleged breach of contracts, available accounting information, and civil procedure requirements, in order to develop the appropriate business litigation game plan.

Expense of Litigation. There are several factors that affect the cost of business litigation, but you will want to consider the potential legal expenses associated with partnership litigation so that you can evaluate your business litigation options.

At DiTommaso Lubin Austermuehle, our Chicago LLC, shareholder and partnership dispute lawyers focus on providing clients with sound business law advice and protecting our clients’ interests when they find themselves facing business litigation. (877) 990-4990 or (630) 333-0000.