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Practice Areas

Commercial Litigation

 

Despite every intention to avoid them, disputes can arise between businesses involving a variety of issues. Our attorneys have the knowledge to handle commercial claims involving the interpretation of contract language, purchase and sale agreements, or general business issues involving performance, interpretation, and collection. If you own or operate a business you will inevitably need an attorney at some point during your operation.  Our attorneys will provide straightforward, cost effective representation to your business to insure that you can continue to be successful.  

The firm also provides  legal advice and representation to businesses and individuals that need assistance with commercial and residential real estate disputes. Our attorneys have years of experience in handling all types of landlord/tenant matters throughout Missouri and Illinois.  

 

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