St. Louis Business Litigation

If you are a small business operator, real estate investor or entrepreneur, inevitably, you will become involved in disputes concerning the rights and responsibilities of the parties to commercial agreements. It is simply a fact of life that partners and shareholders do not always see eye to eye and lawsuits are inevitable when business breakups occur and parties cannot amicably resolve all issues.

The legal team and Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts offer unique representation for people in need of experienced and dedicated business and commercial litigation lawyers. We understand that business disputes must be resolved promptly and efficiently. We understand that when a business transaction goes sour, insuring that your resources are well spent during the litigation process is a primary goal. We pride ourselves in being able to cut through all the red tape built into the system in an effort to get to the very heart of the dispute, all with the goal of achieving a prompt, efficient and just resolution.

The attorneys at Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts have experienced handling all areas of business and commercial litigation, including claims involved:

  • Breach of Contract
  • Construction Disputes
  • Claims of Fraud and/or Misrepresentation
  • Real Estate Contracts and Leases
  • Investment Advisor, Stock Broker and Other Investment Professional Negligence Claims, including the handling of Arbitrations and Mediations under NASD Guidelines
  • Employer/Employee Disputes
  • Shareholder and Partnership Disputes, including Dissolution of Corporations, Partnership and Other Business Entities;
    Franchisee/Franchisor Disputes

Small Business Entrepreneurs need the skill, talent and experience of a legal team that understands aggressive yet efficient legal services. When you come to us with a business dispute we will tell you up front whether it’s economical to go down that road or try to resolve the matter some other way. We will not take your case just to get a retainer and if we can’t help you and your business we will let you know before you start writing checks.