General Litigation In Indianapolis, IN
Commercial enterprises and individuals alike frequently find themselves mired in disputes that lead to litigation involving a wide range of legal issues.
At The Nice Law Firm, LLP, we have a litigation team ready to assist you. Our diverse civil trial practice includes representation of clients before state and federal trial and appellate courts and administrative agencies.
When litigation is unavoidable, the attorneys at The Nice Law Firm, LLP provide aggressive, cost-effective representation. With additional experience in transactional law, our trial attorneys understand the business decisions and procedures involved in commercial activities. Our first-hand knowledge and expertise provides a distinct advantage in successfully resolving contested matters.
Our Indiana trial lawyers represent clients in a broad scope of litigation, which include, but are not limited to the following:
- Breach of Contract
- Construction Claims
- Boundary Disputes
- Contractor Liability
- Land Use Concerns
- Mechanics & Other Liens
- Shareholder & Partnership Disputes
- Judicial Foreclosure
- Commercial & Residential Leases
- Professional Liability
- Errors and Omissions
- Real Estate DisputesPersonal Injury Claims
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Regulatory Compliance
- Violation of Trade Secret Act/Agreements
- Breach of Non-Disclosure Agreements
“I need a general litigation lawyer near me!” – Our general litigation attorneys are conveniently located in Indianapolis.
INDIANAPOLIS LAWYERS AT YOUR SERVICE
Put our experience and expertise to work for you. We strive to provide you with outstanding service and to keep you in the loop during the entire process. Communication is a critical and important part of our process. Tell us how we can help.
Offices In Indianapolis/Carmel, Martinsville, Terre Haute, Kokomo, Lebanon & New Castle serving the state of Indiana.
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