Sophisticated Commercial Law And Litigation Counsel
When your business encounters a problem, it may seem like your options are limited. However, an experienced commercial law attorney may identify solutions that you might not realize exists – and work toward the best outcome no matter the situation.
At the Ryu Law Firm, Francis Ryu is a dedicated litigator, trial lawyer, and skilled negotiator. His extensive experience both in trial and alternative dispute resolution methods allows him to seek results that align with short-term and long-term business interests.
Your Business Objectives Remain Top Of Mind
With the Ryu Law Firm, you can seek resolutions for conflicts such as:
- Partnership and shareholder disputes
- Breach of contract disputes
- Breach of warranty disputes, including implied and express warranties
- Intellectual property disputes, such as licensing disputes and copyright infringement
As often as possible, Mr. Ryu works to prevent these disputes before they develop through effective business counseling. However, each party has its own interests to prioritize. Mr. Ryu will guard your specific interests in disputes involving vendors, customers, employees, partners, competitors or other parties.
Practical Representation Both In And Out Of Court
When you face a business dispute in California, court is not always the most advantageous option. Often, parties can resolve disagreements through negotiation, mediation and arbitration. As a former investment banker, Mr. Ryu understands the nuances of striking a deal and proposing solutions that suit your interests.
However, when litigation is appropriate, Mr. Ryu has the depth of trial experience to represent your business needs. His track record of successful verdicts demonstrates his level of skill and commitment to his clients.
Evaluate Your Options
For litigation defense or pursuit of claims, call (323) 486-0622 or email the Ryu Law Firm. Based in Los Angeles, the firm represents businesses and professionals in technology, automotive, retail and other industries.