Business Litigation Attorneys in Orange County
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWYERS AND SO MUCH MORE
The Krongold Law Corp., an Orange County Business Litigation Firm, was founded with one simple mission: to provide individual attention to business owners who need aggressive legal representation. We offer a calm and rational perspective while crafting solutions that provide the most efficient long-term benefits.
Located at the Irvine Spectrum in Orange County, California, we are a business trial law firm. The firm is owned by Steven L. Krongold, a board-certified civil trial lawyer, educated at U.C.L.A. (B.A. 1983) and Loyola Law School (J.D. 1986).
Mr. Krongold provides personalized attention to his clients, rather than giving the work to junior associates or paralegals. He provides his cell phone number in case clients need to reach him, is available on weekends and after-hours for meetings, and bills at rates much lower than larger firms.
SERVING CLIENTS THROUGHOUT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA FOR OVER 30 YEARS!
ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ADR)
Filling a lawsuit should be the last resort after you have exhausted all other attempts to resolve a dispute. A dispute can be quickly resolved by meeting with your adversary after perhaps sending a cease and desist letter or a demand letter. Krongold Law Corp can assist.
If you lost a case in the trial court, you have the opportunity to appeal. The Krongold Law Corp. handles civil writs and appeals. Writs of mandate are filed to review interim or non-final orders where there is no “plain, speedy, and adequate remedy, in the ordinary course of law,” to challenge the decision.
Business litigation covers a wide variety of disputes involving businesses or their owners. The types of disputes includes breach of employment, shareholder or partnership agreements; fraud or deceit in the purchase, sale, or operation of the business and more.
Intellectual property covers a wide area of intangible property interests: patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets. Patents protect novel, non-obvious, and useful inventions of things or methods. Trademarks protect a word, name, logo, or device used in commerce as a source identifier for goods.