Civil Litigation

Even with the best planning, it’s always possible that business break-ups or contract breaches end up in litigation. From small lease disputes to vehicle warranty problems, to contractor disputes, business break-ups, and everything in between, Leigh Law is the experience you need.

Small Claims & District Court 

Any dispute under $5000 is almost always not worth hiring an attorney. Small Claims courts across the state have clear rules and guidance for folks to represent themselves regarding disputes under $5000 total. 

Litigation can also be relatively small District Courts for disputes up to $25,000 in controversy. Lawyers can and often represent clients in District Court disputes. District Court is faster and less formal and does not provide for a jury to determine your case. 

Disputes over amounts of money over $5000 need a specific evaluation to determine if the attorney’s fees to pursue are justified by the likely results. 

Circuit Court Litigation

unfavorable District Court rulings and business break-ups or any contract dispute over $25,000 is heard in Circuit Court. Our lawyers are experienced in all manner of civil litigation including the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practice Act, common law fraud, breach of contract, misrepresentation and even Arbitration cases.

The Small Business Pass Through Act is the relevant law for business break-ups (dissolutions). Let Leigh Law’s experience Roar to your Rescue by helping you resolve your dispute aggressively, reasonably, economically today! 

Federal Court Litigation

Any litigation which is the subject of citizens of different states or is the subject of federal law, such as the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Civil Rights Act and many foreclosure defense cases are litigated in Federal Court. 

Several of our attorneys are licensed in the Federal Courts of Arkansas and routinely represent our clients aggressively for violations of these acts.

Leigh Law is dedicated to providing clear concise options and realistic evaluation on the pros and cons of engaging in civil litigation, which could take months or years to resolve. 

Call today to find out about the process, likely results, and evaluate your options in any civil litigation scenario. Let Leigh Law Roar to your Rescue! 

 

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