Civil Litigation Involving Fraud, Conversion, Breach Of Fiduciary Duty & Breach Of Contract
The litigation attorneys of Gibson Law Partners, LLC, in Lafayette have extensive knowledge in civil and commercial litigation resulting from fraud, conversion, and breaches of contracts and fiduciary responsibilities. Our lawyers have more than over 173 years of combined experience representing clients who are both plaintiffs and defendants in these cases.
We work with businesses of all sizes throughout Louisiana and have the resources to provide national representation.
Fraud is among the most common types of commercial litigation, and it can cover a wide range of activities. Our attorneys have worked on several high-profile, sophisticated civil fraud cases, including those involving:
- Financial statement fraud
- Asset misappropriation, like skimming cash and misusing company assets
- Theft of intellectual property and trade secrets
- Health care, banking and insurance fraud
- Securities fraud
- Mail fraud
- Wire fraud
- Consumer fraud
- Deceptive trade practices
Commercial conversion is the civil litigation equivalent of theft and can involve either stealing a business’s property or preventing a business from taking ownership of property. Our lawyers conduct a thorough analysis of the facts to determine whether a business:
- Has the right to possess the property in question
- Was deprived the ability to possess the property due to the defendant’s actions
- Suffered damages resulting from the conversion
Breach Of Fiduciary Responsibilities
Fiduciary duty is a broad concept that may emerge from many different actions. Our attorneys take a solutions-oriented approach to determine whether a breach of fiduciary responsibilities occurred and how our firm can place your needs in a stronger position.
Breach Of Contract
Contract law is one of the most complex areas of civil and commercial litigation. Our lawyers have earned recognition for their extensive experience and successful case results when businesses are accused of or fail to adhere to their contractual agreements.