Business, Real Estate and Civil Law Litigation Attorney Washington, DC

I have created an easy-to-follow guide for you to better familiarize yourself with the many ways in which I can legally assist you. Here is how it works:

  • Each section begins with an overview of a common SITUATION that you or your business may encounter, for which you may determine that you need legal assistance.
  • Next, I outline for you those things that could go WRONG in addressing each of these situations.
  • Finally, and perhaps most important, I share with you my general recommendations for making the RIGHT CHOICE in dealing with each situation.

My hope is that this guide will assist you in determining how to proceed … and whether Eric Siegel Law is the right choice for you as you move forward.

Five FAQs About Our Practice Areas

Whether you’re a small business owner or an individual facing legal trouble, we understand how difficult and frustrating litigation can be. To help you learn more about how we can help, we’ve compiled this list of five frequently asked questions related to our practice areas, including business litigation, civil rights litigation, commercial litigation, disability web access, and discrimination litigation. For more information on our legal services, contact us today!

What Does A Business Litigation Lawyer Do?

Business litigation lawyers handle a wide variety of legal disputes that can arise in the course of running a business. They may represent businesses in court, or they may work with businesses to reach an out-of-court settlement. Businesses can be sued for breach of contract, fraud, or other claims.

Commercial litigation covers legal issues that affect a business or organization. For example, such disputes can include disagreements over corporate governance, employee rights and responsibilities, or consumer protection. Business litigation lawyers may also handle employment matters, such as disputes with employees over pay or benefits. They may also represent business owners in contractual disputes — like disagreements over insurance coverage or failed deals with other businesses — and can help small businesses address a variety of commercial problems.

How Does A Civil Rights Lawyer Help?

A civil rights lawyer helps by protecting the rights of individuals who have been discriminated against. They also work to ensure that all people have equal access to opportunities and resources. In addition, they may help individuals file lawsuits if they feel their civil rights have been violated. The cases a civil rights lawyer may handle include employment discrimination, discrimination in housing or public accommodations, disability discrimination, sexual harassment and other types of gender-based violence. If you are experiencing these issues or would like more information about our practice areas, please contact us today.

What Do I Need For My Meeting With A Commercial Litigation Lawyer?

You should bring any documents that are relevant to your case, including any correspondence you have had with the other party, any contracts or agreements, and any other documentation that may be helpful. It is also helpful to bring a list of questions for your lawyer. You should be prepared to discuss your case in detail and provide as much information as possible.

What Does A Disability Web Access Lawyer Do?

A disability web access lawyer helps make sure that websites are accessible to people with disabilities. This includes ensuring that the website can be used with screen readers and other assistive technologies, and that it complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA prohibits discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities in employment, state and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, transportation services, and telecommunications.

Who Does A Discrimination Litigation Lawyer Represent?

A discrimination litigation lawyer represents people who feel they have been treated unfairly because of their race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability. If you have been subjected to harassment or unequal treatment at work, or if you have been denied housing or access to public accommodations because of your protected status, you may be a victim of discrimination. Contact an experienced discrimination litigation lawyer as soon as possible so that your legal rights can be enforced.