Business Law & Litigation Lawyers in West Virginia
Offices in Charleston, Beckley & Lewisburg
When it comes to legal matters that affect your business, it is essential that you work with experienced professionals who can protect your rights and interests. At Wooton, Davis, Hussell & Johnson, PLLC, our attorneys are dedicated to helping businesses of any size address issues and find solutions in a cost-effective, efficient manner.
Whether your business is the plaintiff in a case, needs defense or is simply looking for guidance in business law matters, our lawyers use more than 100 years of combined experience when strategizing and looking out for the future of the business.
Based in West Virginia, we also handle cases for businesses in Beckley, Charleston, and Lewisburg. Schedule your initial consultation by calling us at (304) 407-2249 today.
Many of the day-to-day operations of a business revolve around transactions. From working with vendors and other businesses to securing premises through a lease or purchase to coal leases and sales, our firm understands the importance of these transactions to the security and potential of a business. We work closely with business owners to ensure transactions are completed as smoothly as possible.
Business Disputes & Litigation in West Virginia
When a dispute arises involving a business, it is time to take action and enlist qualified legal counsel. As a business, our law firm fully understands the impact that disputes and litigation can have on a business. From breach of contract to partnership disputes and more, we skillfully guide business clients through the case resolution process, whether that means settling out of court through negotiation or presenting the matter to a judge and/or jury.
Employment & Labor
In employment situations, employees or employers can be the plaintiff in an action. We represent employees and employers in actions they are taking regarding matters such as discrimination, harassment, sexual harassment, wrongful termination, fraud, embezzlement, contract disputes, code of conduct violations and other matters.