Business Litigation

No one wants to enter into litigation, but at times it is necessary.

Soden & Steinberger work up cases quickly and are aggressive in determining the facts in order to create a strategy. They make sure that the client is aware of the potential costs, time frame, resources that may be needed (studies, experts, etc.), and counter strategies that may be employed by the other side. Clients are given the necessary information to make an informed decision as soon as possible.

Below are several common types of business litigation with short examples of cases Soden & Steinberger have litigated:

Contractor Disputes

Successfully assisted client before the Contractors State License Board regarding work performed by the contractor at the client’s home. The client was awarded an amount necessary for another contractor to remove the inferior work and redo the job.

Shareholder Disputes

As corporate counsel assisted company in buying out disgruntled shareholder without litigation. Drafted settlement agreement that avoided many of the pitfalls that can lead to further disputes.

Neighbor Dispute

Brought an action against a neighbor who graded on my client’s property. Obtained a jury verdict for all damages and the jury also awarded punitive damages.

Real Estate Dispute

Easement dispute with neighbor. Assisted client obtaining a favorable settlement that allowed the client to complete their construction project.


Successfully obtained a judgment on behalf of an employer against an employee who embezzled money from the employer.


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