At Tom Cain, Attorney at Law, P.C., the commercial issues we litigate are far-ranging and include consumer laws, contract litigation, enforcement of business agreements, and the construction and enforcement of leases. We’ve prosecuted and defended business torts and are often called upon to collect an account or enforce/defend a contract on behalf of commercial clients.
We have also litigated commercial cases in which a partner or investor from a small business or joint venture is taking more than her or his share from the other partners and/or investors. Hopefully this is a situation in which you never find yourself, but in the event that you do, attorney Tom Cain will aggressively represent you in order to protect your legal interests and your business investment so that you can get back to work.
One of the most common business law disputes involves breaches of contract. If you are a signatory to a contract in which one or more parties have failed to uphold whatever was agreed upon, you may file a notice of breach. This document allows you to specify the ways in which the contract has been breached — a failure to pay or perform, for example — and articulate actions that must be taken in order to resolve the conflict. Consulting with an experienced commercial and civil litigation attorney will greatly increase your chances of obtaining a favorable outcome.
In the state of Georgia, a judgment lien can be attached to a debtor’s real estate, including her or his house, condominium, property or similar type of asset. A judgment lien may also be applied to a debtor’s personal property, including personal items like art installations, jewelry, furniture, antiques and various other valuable possessions.
Attorney Tom Cain is eminently qualified to prosecute and defend all complicated civil claims. Familiar with state trial courts, the Georgia Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of Georgia, Tom has litigated a wide variety of business disputes. For example, Tom has handled cases involving the trustees of a church and individual investors who were embroiled in a local controversy. This particular case went on to require litigation before the Supreme Court of Georgia.
A Track Record of Success
Tom has also handled an intense and lengthy estate dispute between step-brothers that progressed to the Supreme Court of Georgia on three occasions. Tom prevailed on behalf of the appealing party to eventually win his client’s just inheritance from his father’s estate.
Another business litigation case involved a lawsuit on behalf of a manufacturer of brake parts against an auto parts company. The company was converting the manufacturer’s inventory, which is known as “conversion” and is a form of civil theft.
Having spent more than 30 years handling complicated commercial and civil cases in Georgia courtrooms, attorney Tom Cain is highly qualified to represent you and your interests in the judicial system. Contact our office today to get started.