When business disputes cannot be resolved without assistance, or litigation appears inevitable, rest assured that the legal professionals at Ramey & Hailey have the knowledge and ability to defend your interests throughout Indiana.
Contracts touch every aspect of your business, so it is not surprising that contract disputes should arise. From the purchase or lease of property, to construction, rental or purchase of equipment, and franchise and distribution arrangements, a contract dispute can greatly disrupt your operations and affect your business’s ability to function. An experienced contract attorney can move quickly and efficiently to resolve your dispute so you can move forward with your business.
Corporations are open to an additional class of potential litigation – SEC investigations, shareholder derivative actions alleging breaches of fiduciary duties, and individual suits and class actions against officers and directors
The extent of disclosures a business is required to make to the government varies greatly depending upon the size of the company, whether it is privately owned or publicly traded, and whether or not it sells shares as a means to raise capital. Knowing the panoply of disclosure laws and regulations and how they apply to your company are essential in the face of continued monitoring and enforcement by the SEC.
Business and Consumer Fraud
Business fraud of every sort is on the rise. As scammers proliferate and become more sophisticated, they have no compunction against targeting businesses as well as individuals. If you have been the victim of fraud, an experienced business law attorney can help you reclaim what was taken from you.
When lenders assume an interest in collateral and become property owners or business managers, they open themselves up to a variety of legal claims which they may be uncertain how best to handle. Additionally, lenders may commit to lending money but then fail to follow up on that commitment, causing business and economic damage to the borrower, who can then pursue legal action to recover the losses.
Most patients pay only a small portion of their hospital bill. The rest is paid by an insurance company or a state fund for the uninsured. Hospitals deal with a multitude of these payors, typically negotiating a pricing structure with each individual. The results can differ widely depending upon a variety of factors, such as the size of the payor’s group and the presence of competitors in the market.
Bad Faith Insurance
It is an unfair practice for an insurance company to unlawfully or unreasonably withhold payment of insurance benefits. An individual’s credit, reputation, and peace of mind are on the line. When an insurance company acts in bad faith, you need professional assistance to fight through the bureaucracy and achieve justice.
From the corporate world of securities litigation, shareholder disputes, and disclosure regulations, to the individual world of consumer fraud, lender liability, hospital pricing, and bad faith insurance, the business litigation lawyers of Ramey & Hailey are prepared to help you.