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Business Commercial Litigation

The Bakersfield law firm of Lynch & Lynch handles business and commercial litigation matters in Kern County and throughout the State of California, protecting clients’ legal rights and business interests in breach of contract and tort-based claims in state and federal trial and appellate courts statewide.

Business disputes are an accepted fact of doing business. Given the multitude of parties and dealings encountered on a daily basis, it is inevitable that disputes will from time to time arise. When a matter requires litigation to resolve, it is important that the action be decisively litigated by a skilled, knowledgeable and experienced attorney. An unsuccessful outcome can cause a drain on a company’s financial resources along with damage to one’s reputation and business interests.

Lynch & Lynch litigates breach of contract cases as well as business torts that arise among companies and their customers, employees, competitors, vendors, suppliers and other parties. The firm is capable of representing clients across the spectrum of business and commercial disputes, including:

  • Purchase, Sale, or Lease of Property or Equipment
  • Breach of Warranty
  • Rescission
  • Failure to Meet Outputs or Requirements
  • Partnership and Joint Venture Disputes
  • Buyouts and Business Dissolutions
  • Employment Agreements
  • Confidentiality Agreements
  • Covenants Not to Compete
  • Construction Law
  • Trademarks, Trade Secrets, and Intellectual Property
  • Corporate Governance
  • Fiduciary Duties of Corporate Officers and Directors
  • Shareholder Derivative Actions
  • Unfair Business Practices
  • Deceptive Trade Practices
  • Fraud
  • Embezzlement

Illustrative Subjects

Lynch & Lynch has tried trade secret and unfair competition cases involving allegations of the use of confidential and property information. Craig M. Lynch has tried numerous breach of contract and declaratory relief actions involving the sale of real property and disputes between partners. Where an amount of damages would be inadequate compensation for the breach of an agreement, Mr. Lynch has tried lawsuits for specific performance, most often in cases dealing with the unique features of real property. The firm has also handled litigation regarding covenants not to compete and Federal court interpleader actions relating to powers of attorney and who is to be designated as a beneficiary of an annuity. Regardless of the complexity of the matter or the depth of the legal issues involved, Lynch & Lynch possesses the knowledge, skills and ability to handle the matter efficiently and effectively.