gavelOur Chicago business litigation attorneys provide businesses, entrepreneurs and business professionals with aggressive, yet practical representation in business and commercial litigation. The need for business litigation lawyers can be caused by many things, including partnership disputes, contract disputes, breaches of fiduciary duty, misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair business practices, business fraud and the list goes on. At Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C., our lawyers are experienced in helping businesses with both simple and complex commercial disputes. Having the resources of an experienced Chicago business litigation firm on hand can provide a significant benefit to both large and small businesses.

If you are in need of advice regarding business litigation or require help with business litigation, then Tomlinson & Shapiro, P.C. is here to assist you. We invite you to call our Chicago law office today at 312.715.8770 to make an appointment for a complimentary consultation.






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