Oberman Thompson routinely represents clients in business related litigation, arbitration, mediation and various hybrid/combination forms of dispute resolution regarding business related disputes.
While Oberman Thompson usually litigates in Minnesota state and federal courts located in the Twin Cities, it practices throughout the state of Minnesota, and is well-positioned to handle virtually any business dispute, through all aspects of litigation and dispute resolution.
Oberman Thompson represents its business clients in a broad spectrum of areas including: business damages, lost profits, royalties’ cases, valuation, equitable remedy cases, unjust enrichment, quantum meruit, restraining orders, injunctions, accountings, disgorgements and constructive trusts.
Oberman Thompson also represents non-parties who find themselves subpoenaed for deposition testimony or document production.
Clients also engage Oberman Thompson to represent them in business disputes arising from:
- Breach of fiduciary and loyalty duties;
- Business entity and entity owner matters, including minority shareholder issues, business record requests, dissenter’s rights issues, shareholder disputes, partnership disputes, LLC member disputes, buy-sell agreement disputes, and shareholder agreement disputes;
- Business torts (including interference with contractual and business relations);
- Contracts, including sales and commercial code, warranty and related real estate, promissory note and guaranty instruments;
- Competition matters, including, non-compete, trade secret, confidential information, and trademark and copyright matters;
- Deceptive and unfair trade practices;
- Defamation and business disparagement;
- Fraud; and
Oberman Thompson is also accustomed to handling business disputes that are intertwined with other subject matters, like employment or real estate.
Regardless of the scope or nature of the business dispute, Oberman Thompson is dedicated to obtaining a favorable outcome for its clients.