No commercial entity conducts business with the intention of becoming involved in litigation, but certain cases arise in which matters must be resolved in court. At Kane Shannon Weiler LLP, our experienced litigation counsel have represented commercial clients involved in business disputes of varying complexity since 1973. With office locations in Surrey, South Surrey/White Rock and Abbotsford, we are prepared to act for clients operating anywhere in the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland.
We will take time to review our clients' circumstances as well as their objectives in order pursue a course of action that is most appropriate for the situation. Our experience includes disputes arising from:
- Commercial contract breakdowns during the negotiation process of various business agreements
- Shareholder disagreements and disputes
- Creditor actions
- Corporate control
- Corporate governance and liability issues
- Joint venture/partnership disputes
- Insurance claims
- Commercial lease disputes
- Franchising disputes between franchisors/franchisees
- Employment-related disputes
- Disputes arising from business succession, including employee and management responsibility
Our services in commercial litigation are characterized by proactive representation that remains sensitive to our clients' financial liability. Where appropriate, we will seek resolutions through assertive negotiation, mediation or arbitration in addition to representation in court when more amicable resolutions cannot be obtained.
Contact Our Lawyers Resolving Business Disputes in South Surrey/White Rock and Surrounding Areas
We are dedicated to providing cohesive and efficient resolutions that protect our clients' best interests. For more information about our litigation services, contact our firm at 604-591-7321 or 877-738-3797 toll free to discuss your situation with one of our commercial litigation lawyers — in our Surrey office, Peter McCrank, William G. Weiler, and Larry Hagan, in our South Surrey/White Rock office, Heather Blatchford; or our Abbotsford office, Darlene Dort.