Business Fraud

posted on:
May 22, 2007

author:
Staff

Fraud

McGough v. General Motors

We currently represent a local automobile dealer in a dispute with General Motors. The claim of this automobile dealer is essentially that GM misrepresented certain facts to him regarding an exchange of dealerships. The claims also include failure to provide adequate inventory. We have resolved disputes for automobile dealers with manufacturers, which involved complex negotiations on many subjects.

South Alabama Pigs v. Farm Feeders

This claim is currently pending in arbitration. The claim involves small businessmen who were misled by another company regarding the price that they would be paid for pigs. The result has been that these small businessmen have had their businesses virtually wiped out due to the actions of others.

Other Businesses

We have successfully resolved claims for many small businesses against much larger businesses. These claims are generally unique and complex.

What can I do?

Areas of our practice include breach of contract, fraud, antitrust, price fixing, patents, EIFS and theft of trade secrets. Many small businesses have found that representation by our firm on a contingency fee basis is the best way to resolve claims against larger companies.

If you or a loved one has suffered loss as the result of business fraud, you may be entitled to compensation. For a free legal consultation, contact us today!

 

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