Trusted Counsel For Directors And Officers Litigation
The litigation attorneys at Cadden & Fuller LLPprovide strategic solutions to complex directors and officers litigation. Based in Irvine, our team has represented clients throughout Southern California for more than 25 years.
Our firm has handled cases involving directors and officers working at small, closely-held firms and medium-size companies. This comprehensive knowledge, coupled with numerous successes in shareholder disputes and other related matters, has led to our recognition as a leading and trusted law firm in these complicated and sophisticated disputes.
Covering The Full Range Of Directors And Officers Litigation
Directors and officers litigation arises from situations where liability claims are made against the directors or officers of public or private firms. Finding a positive resolution often requires a significant investment of time and energy in resources from a client’s lawyer.
Our accomplished team has worked on a broad range of directors and officers litigation cases, including those involving:
- Breach of contract disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty disputes
- Employment matters
- Allegations of fraud
- Intellectual property
- Shareholder and partnership conflicts
Pursuing Solutions Outside Of The Courtroom
We understand how critical it is for our clients to obtain a timely resolution to their legal disputes. Although it is sometimes necessary to resolve a matter in a civil courtroom, we analyze whether settlement, mediation or another alternative dispute resolution method is appropriate for your case. We consistently find creative answers to our clients’ problems, which is why many of our clients have stayed with our firm for decades.
Cadden & Fuller LLP is devoted to providing the highest possible level of care to our clients. To take the first step to resolve your directors and officers litigation, call our Irvine office today at 949-416-0245, or reach out through our online form. A lawyer will respond to your message as promptly as possible.