Running a business requires a lot more than ingenuity and organization. From initial planning to contract disputes or class action defense, most businesses will need legal representation at some point. Our attorneys can help with your planning and compliance needs whether your business is new or old. Corporate law firm Tapella & Eberspacher represents both Plaintiffs and Defendants in business litigation cases throughout Illinois and Missouri.
Our approach focuses on the best result for you. There is no cookie-cutter approach in business. That is why Tapella & Eberspacher’s seasoned corporate litigators take the time to understand what your needs are and how your company can be affected by your legal situation. We become a part of your organization in order to defend it as if it were our own, using our resources and prowess to pursue the most favorable legal solution for you.
Business & Corporate Representation
Whatever your business’s legal needs, Tapella & Eberspacher has the solution. We offer an array of services related to business law aside from courtroom litigation, including:
- Forming corporations, limited liability companies, and other forms of business association
- Maintaining and protecting your business
- Representing business entities in litigation
- Representing business entities in arbitration and mediation
- Planning for business succession
- Counseling on creditor and debtor rights
- Lease arrangements
- Lending arrangements
- Freedom of information representation
- Agriculture and agribusiness representation
- Electrical services representation
- Petroleum distribution representation
Every business should have a lawyer on its side. Whether you are in need of a one-time legal service, wish to retain a legal team for any needs that may arise, or are seeking representation for litigation, arbitration or mediation, our attorneys can help.
Types of Corporate Law Cases
Disputes happen in business all the time. When it comes to corporate law, there are a number of specific areas of law which might affect your company.
Types of business law cases include:
- Mergers & acquisitions
- Insurance coverage
- Business-related torts
No matter the size or scale of your business, as an owner, you may be affected by a dispute in one of these areas of law and require the services of a law firm. If you own a business in Illinois or the St. Louis, MO area, Tapella & Eberspacher is the firm to protect your interests.
Commercial Litigation Strategy
Getting the outcome you want in a commercial litigation case starts with a picture of the ideal win. Our corporate attorneys get to know you and your business, and the situation at hand. We then work with you to create a strategy to resolve the dispute. After the expectations, goals and plan have been mapped out, we execute the steps required to pursue your desired outcome.
With every company, and in every case, the circumstances are unique. This is why we work with you to build a strategy that is based on your company’s needs alone. We will recommend the best strategy for your legal situation, whether that includes filing a lawsuit as a plaintiff, reaching a settlement or creating a robust defense to fight existing lawsuits. We collaborate with you to create the most favorable course of action for you and your business.
Choose Tapella & Eberspacher as Your Law Firm
When business litigation is warranted or arises, we prepare your case for verdict and stop short only when a need is present. We seek to vindicate your company's rights or guard it from attack. Tapella & Eberspacher LLC understands that litigation can compose a drain on financial and managerial resources. Accordingly, our lawyers try to help you through trying times.
We handle cases in Illinois and in Missouri, proudly serving companies in the following areas:
- Charleston, IL
- Mattoon, IL
- O’Fallon, IL
- East St. Louis, IL
- St. Louis, MO
- Clayton, MO
- University City, MO
- …and surrounding communities
For any of these services please call us toll free at 855-522-5291, or contact us online. Our initial consultation and evaluation are free. Fee arrangements can be hourly, contingency (if appropriate), flat fee, or a blended arrangement.