Masters of Business Litigation Helping You to Avoid It
Solid Contracts and Sound Legal Strategy Will Help You Stay Out of the Courthouse
Your goal should be to find cost-effective resolutions to business disputes, whether they are with employees, government regulators, partners, customers or other business entities.
We think like you should: What do you net from our legal work?
We run a business and apply business judgment to our legal work to maximize your gain or minimize your exposure. The first step in mitigating your risks and the possibility of litigation is a solid contract.
At Mark J. Hill & Associates, P.C., in Philadelphia and Moorestown, we draft contracts in a variety of industries for a plethora of reasons, and we review contracts for any type of private or public agreement. Whether it’s a service, sale, purchase, lease, development, licensing, supplier, employment or non-compete agreement, we can help you critically analyze, negotiate and create terms.
Our firm serves clients ranging from individuals to nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies, and we come highly recommended. Your transactional, organizational and litigative needs can all be handled under one roof by an experienced team with over 60 years of combined experience.
- Contracts and contract disputes
- Business formation
- Corporate compliance and governance
- Business transactions
- Partnership/shareholder litigation
- Commercial litigation
- Small business litigation
- Environmental law
- Insurance law
- Employment law
- Intellectual property law
- Education law
- Mergers, acquisitions and divestitures
- Real property and land use matters
- Class actions
Is Litigation Absolutely Necessary?
Business litigation is our bread and butter. Our attorneys are meticulous in preparing your case for trial, and we are respected trial virtuosos with experience as class action co-counsel. We are cutting-edge strategists and vividly persuasive in court. However, we are always prepared with creative alternatives involving mediation, negotiation and arbitration, if the opposing party is receptive.