Columbia Business Litigation Lawyer

Experienced and Knowledgeable Legal Representation

When protecting the rights of your business, it is important to have a knowledgeable Columbia attorney by your side. You should retain the legal services of a lawyer who understands your situation, has experience in the field of business law, and can take steps necessary to help you obtain the best possible resolution. At Finkel Law Firm LLC, our Columbia attorneys are knowledgeable about business law and are confident in their ability to help you effectively navigate your case.

Commercial Litigation Cases the Firm Handles

Finkel Law Firm LLC has a strong background in commercial litigation. The firm has been involved in numerous commercial litigation cases since the court case of Mims v. Yarborough, 516 F.2d 21 (4th Cir. 1975), almost 50 years ago. The attorneys represent either plaintiffs or defendants in business litigation matters, including allegations of breach of contract, antitrust, unfair trade practices, and unfair competition. Finkel Law Firm LLC defends financial institution clients and represents plaintiffs in suits brought against lending institutions. With the wide range of business law cases the lawyers can handle, you can count on them to help you seek a favorable resolution to your case.

Request a case evaluation if you are facing any business litigation matter, such as:

  • Contractual disputes
  • Collections and Workouts
  • Antitrust issues
  • Injunctions
  • Land-use and valuation disputes
  • Lender liability

Trust Your Case to Our Columbia Attorneys!

Are you facing a business litigation issue that has you concerned about the future of your company? Finkel Law Firm LLC's Columbia lawyers are prepared to fight for your rights and help ensure that your interests are protected. Do not hesitate to speak with an attorney at the firm for the personalized and experienced representation you need.

Contact the firm today for assistance with your commercial litigation issue.

Serving the people and businesses of South Carolina for over fifty years.