Orange County Business & Commercial Litigation
A True and Tested Legal Partner For Your Business
Putterman Law is the right Orange County firm to take the legal hassles off your plate so that you can run your business.
Proven Litigators Who Put Your Needs First
Litigation is part of the cost of doing business these days. As a business owner, you will benefit by having an experienced litigator on your side who understands the laws involved and puts your needs first by aggressively pursuing the best outcome for your company. We bring extensive experience as litigators and in-house counsel to provide the best of all possible worlds. We will handle all aspects of the dispute so that you can focus on running your organization confidently. Working with us will provide you with the counsel you need when you need it.
Putterman Law has a proven track record in cases involving:
Complex Contract Disputes
Breach of Fiduciary Duties
Business and Securities Fraud
Other Business Torts
Applying the language of a contract to the facts at hand can be a daunting task. Putterman Law can unwind contract disputes in which there is more than meets the eye.
When intra-company disputes create deadlocks, our attorneys pave the way for exits through negotiation and litigation.
Business owners owe fiduciary duties to that business, including other stakeholders. Breaching these duties can result in serious harm that demands accountability.
Our attorneys have successfully defended and prosecuted cases involving an alleged violation of law in connection with an investment or sale of a security.
Putterman Law helps companies in conflict with proficient, proactive and pragmatic representation.
Business & Commercial
Accessible and Responsive“When unexpectedly our lives were impacted by a business transaction dispute, we not only felt distressed by the event but most certainly unprepared. Our lack of knowledge on how to best handle the unprecedented situation, generated a feeling of anxiety and concern. Our first consultation meeting with Matt Putterman was educational and created a sense of ‘control’ by providing valuable information about our legal rights and options. The entire process continued on a step-by-step basis and was finally completed as originally discussed. During this process, Matt was always accessible and responsive providing clear, practical and strategic professional advice while displaying to be deeply knowledgeable on the applicable law and processes involved. At all times, we felt that the services received were supported by action-oriented and effective decisions.”
Fair & Equitable“I would like to express my great appreciation to Matt Putterman, who was able to help reach a solution for my case that was both fair and equitable. With his help, I was able to get through this lawsuit and in the process, I learned new things to help grow my business and protect myself from any future lawsuit. I would recommend Matt Putterman to anyone who values a knowledgeable lawyer who truly listens and is able to chart appropriate legal strategies to resolve your legal issues.”
Responsive & Proactive“The largest benefit of having a trusted attorney on your side is the security and efficiency that they provide. Matt has earned my complete trust as he’s proven to navigate and advise through fragile situations with confidence in his scope of practice while demonstrating the utmost ethics and efficacy. He constructs actionable game plans as an expert within the limits of the law and is always responsive and proactive.”
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