Got A Fight? We Want In – On Your Side.
Many attorneys learn about motion practice, trial advocacy and other aspects of litigation in law school but then spend their careers trying to avoid the courtroom. That is not the way we have developed our careers. While growing our transactional law practice, we have remained sharp and ready to go to battle on behalf of our clients, never losing the passion that led each of us to study law and go into private practice.
Our arbitration and litigation services are comprehensive, offering legal remedies in areas such as commercial debts, execution of judgments, declaratory actions and temporary restraining orders. The attorney from Wheat Legal PLLC, based in Seattle, Washington, represents clients in all stages of litigation, including preliminary injunctions as well as post-judgment relief and appeals.
Types Of Cases
Our lawyers represent clients who are facing disputes such as the following:
- Disputes with suppliers and service providers
- Problems with debtors, competitors, resellers and franchisors
- Real estate matters involving community associations, real estate brokers, easements, transfers of real property, the partition of properties, adverse possession, nuisance claims, trespassing and liens
- Commercial lease disputes
- Consumer disputes
Our clients’ cases have involved complex legal issues, such as claims of breach of contract and misappropriation of trade secrets. Other types of litigation that we handle have to do with actions on account, breach of fiduciary duty claims, breach of the implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, breach of privacy, business disparagement, conversion and consumer protection action controversies. We represent plaintiffs and defendants in cases involving fraud, quantum meruit and tortious interference with business expectancy or prospective economic relations.
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A frank conversation with our attorney can provide insights and direction for your litigation or transactional law matter. We are confident that you will go away from the initial consultation with a good understanding of the best steps ahead to resolution.