Do You Have A Business Dispute? Consider Commercial Courts.

On June 1, 2016 Indiana’s commercial courts project went live. Businesses can benefit from streamlined procedures to resolve disputes. In general, Indiana’s commercial courts can address the following types of cases:

  • Incorporation: formation, governance, dissolution, liquidation
  • Ownership: Rights, and obligations, liabilities and indemnification of limited liability company owners, corporate shareholder, and the like
  • Internal Operations: agreements involving owners, shareholders, employees, etc.
  • Disputes: issues between two or more companies in specifically enumerated areas

Commercial courts do not handle consumer, personal injury, family, and wage/hour cases, as well as other types of cases. Procedural rules unique to the commercial courts also apply. An attorney with business and commercial litigation experience can help your business sift through these issues.