At K. Perkins Law Firm, we maintain a comprehensive business law practice. Our firm has extensive experience structuring complex business transactions, and we employ this knowledge and skill when undertaking business litigation cases.

An experienced attorney is capable of helping with every aspect of your small business, whether you are just beginning and organizing the business, requiring reorganization, or even dissolution. For an existing small business, your legal matters may be much bigger than the size of your business. This is no reason to be overwhelmed by the daunting demands of the business law world. As a small business owner, you must consider and address ongoing transactional matters with business partners, contractors and vendors. You also have routine organizational matters that must be addressed. All these legal needs are manageable with an experienced attorney.

Do I need an attorney for my transactional matters?

Regardless of the size of your business, our firm will be dedicated to managing your business’ transactional matters with detail and attention so you can be confident you will be well prepared for any legal challenges that come your way.

Business and Commercial Litigation

Unfortunately, even the most prudent businesses can find themselves in disputes with their business partners, contractors or competitors. The best way to handle these business disputes is largely determined by the relationship of the parties involved. Sometimes, a dispute will arise between two businesses that have long standing relationships, and alternative dispute resolution is preferable to courtroom litigation. Regardless of the circumstances, we have experience representing business clients in alternative dispute resolution and civil court trials in both state and federal courts.

We represent individuals and privately-held entities in a wide-range of business matters, including:

Bad faith
Breach of Contract
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Partnership Disputes
Tortious Interference
Trademark Infringement
Unfair business practices

A lawyer with experience in business and commercial litigation can initiate a civil lawsuit to protect your interests. Attorney Kimberly Perkins has extensive experience evaluating business and commercial litigation cases and determining the proper resolution for such disputes through mediation, arbitration or trial.

Do I need an attorney for my business or commercial dispute?

If a business dispute or commercial matter seems like it may escalate into litigation, you should begin protecting your rights as soon as possible.  When you contact our firm, we will thoroughly discuss and investigate all aspects of your case. Your consultation is complimentary and confidential.

No representation is made that the quality of services to be performed is greater than that of any other lawyer. Licensed to service clients in Alabama and Washington, D.C. only. View our full disclaimer here.

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