Montgomery County Business Lawyer
Our client-centered approach means that you will have direct access to your attorney. We take the time to get to know each client individually. By getting to know each of our clients we will be able to more accurately identify your specific needs and in-turn help ensure that we are taking the best possible approach to your case.
Our founding partners have over 20 years of experience as trial lawyers, including outstanding success records in business law. Whether you are a large or small business, or are an individual or family – we work to provide efficient, high-quality representation in state and federal courts of Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia. Our commitment to representing you to the best of our ability is backed by our expertise gained through our two-decades of experience. If you are in need of a Montgomery County business lawyer, we encourage you to get in touch with us to discuss your case or simply to learn more about Brown Kiely LLP, our lawyers, or our practice areas.
Business Tort Law
A civil business tort allows companies and individuals to recover damages for losses that are a result of deliberate misconduct of an outside party. Laws pertaining to business tort are generally considered to be complex and can vary based on locality of the dispute. Many who are involved in this kind of dispute seek legal representation from a qualified business lawyer who is licenced and experienced in the state in which the dispute occurred. Residents of Montgomery County, seek the assistance of a business lawyer from Brown Kiely LLP, to represent them in business tort disputes. Our firm remains diligent in pursuing the best possible outcome for each and every client.
A contract is a legal agreement that includes obligations that can be legally enforced. Our team understands the importance of the role that contacts have in the successful operation of a business. A contract typically contains four basic components; mutual assent, consideration, capacity, and legality. If one or more party is at any point unable to adhere to one or more terms of a contract, it can be considered to be a breach. In this case, general damages, reliance damages, consequential damages, and specific damages may be sought. Whether you or your business needs assistance with the process of drafting a legally binding contract, or is in need of assistance collecting damages from a party who has breached a contract with your business or organization, the guidance of an experienced business lawyer may prove to be beneficial.
Dependable, client-centered, and experienced legal representation
If you are seeking dependable, client-centered legal representation from an experienced firm that serves Montgomery county, we encourage you to get in touch with our Montgomery County business lawyer to discuss your case or simply to learn more about Brown Kiely LLP, our lawyers, or our practice areas. We are happy to schedule a time to talk either by phone or in person to allow us to better get to know one another and see if we can work together.