John Howe understands the law, business and commercial litigation. Holding a Master of Business Administration and a degree in Finance, as well as having worked as an internal auditor and running his law firm, gives John Howe a great deal of perspective in business and related legal matters. John Howe has seen firsthand how friendly business relationships can become hotly contested affairs. These unpleasant disputes often could be avoided with the counsel of an attorney. As with almost every area of the law, the sooner you have an attorney on your side the more likely you will receive a favorable outcome. This extends to having an attorney’s advice before entering into any contractual or partnership agreement.
John Howe represents clients throughout the region in litigation encompassing private individuals and corporations.
Commercial litigation matters may involve:
- Business and Asset Purchases
- Business Formation
- Partnership Agreements
- Business Dissolutions
- Shareholder and Partnership Disputes
- Employment Disputes
- Non-Compete Agreements
- Franchise Disputes
- Interference with Contracts or Business Relationships
- Breach of Contract Disputes
- Antitrust and Trade Actions
- Debt Collections
- Representing Individuals and Businesses