Murrieta Business Litigation Attorney


Being a business owner means that you are continuously under threat of litigation, whether to protect your company’s legal rights or to defend your company against cases filed by businesses with which you have worked, employees, or even shareholders or business partners.

As such, it is crucial that you retain a highly knowledgeable and aggressive Murrieta Business Lawyer who possesses the skills necessary to fully protect and preserve your company’s rights and reputation. Attorney Samuel Lockhart has extensive experience successfully litigating business disputes on behalf of his clients.

If you are a business owner and you are presently involved in a dispute that you believe may lead to litigation, please contact the Law Firm of Murrieta Business Litigation Lawyer Samuel Lockhart at (951) 461-8878 to make an appointment for a comprehensive, in-office consultation.

Murrieta Business Litigation Lawyer Samuel Lockhart

At Lockhart Law Firm, we work diligently to obtain positive results for our business clients. Should attempts to resolve your dispute through arbitration or mediation fail to bring about acceptable results, Attorney Samuel Lockhart won’t hesitate to vigorously litigate your case.

Mr. Lockhart represents companies in a broad spectrum of business litigation matters, including but not limited to cases pertaining to the following:

  • Contract Disputes
  • Deceptive Business Practices
  • Violation of Trade Secrets
  • Unfair competition
  • Commercial Purchase / Sale Agreements
  • Commercial Lease Disputes
  • Collection of Commercial Business Debts
  • Shareholder Disputes
  • Business Dissolution
  • Employment Disputes
  • Licensing Issues
  • Restraint of Trade
  • Violation of Non-Disclosure Agreements
  • Disputes between Business Partners

A highly knowledgeable Business Lawyer, Attorney Samuel Lockhart consistently applies a principled common sense approach to assist clients and help them solve their legal disputes, either by means of strategic forceful negotiations, the arbitration process, or via courtroom litigation.

If you need to find a Business Lawyer in Murrieta, look no further than Lockhart Law Firm and Lawyer Samuel Lockhart. We will listen to you and by working together closely, will produce meaningful results designed to protect your business assets and defend the integrity of your company.

Contact a Business Litigation Law Firm in Murrieta

Regardless of the size of your business, Lockhart Law Firm is devoted to providing knowledgeable legal counsel and vigorous courtroom representation.

Contact us by email or at 951-461-8878 today to schedule an initial consultation with one of the area’s most reputable Business Law Firms. We will work closely with you, always keep you informed regarding the status of your case, and will help you resolve your dispute in a timely and cost-efficient manner.

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At Lockhart Law Firm, our main focus is the success of your business. We work diligently to create favorable outcomes in all of your business dealings. Whether you need knowledgeable legal counsel with respect to which type of business entity best suits your type of business, want to ensure compliance with State & Federal Employment Laws to avoid disputes with your employees, or are facing costly litigation, Murrieta Business Law Attorney Samuel Lockhart is here to provide intelligent and innovative legal solutions.

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