Attorneys


• Ginam Lee, Esq. 

​  (T) 213 .382 .8051

​  Email: ginam.lee@legacyprolaw.com 

• Jay Hong, Esq. 
​  (T) 213 . 382 . 8051
​  Email: jay.hong@legacyprolaw.com

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• Jennifer Yoo, Esq. 
​  (T) 213 . 382 . 8051
​  Email: jennifer.yoo@legacyprolaw.com

WHAT WE DO


Litigation should be the last resort.  Alternative dispute resolution is the best way to go.  However, sometimes there are no alternatives if sued.  LPL's approach to business litigation is to look at the big picture, assess clients' overall objective, and vigorously fight for our clients' best interest.

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WHAT IS BUSINESS LITIGATION?


Business litigation involves lawsuits between companies.  Contract disputes are a common type of business litigation. Business contracts are legally binding agreements, but the exact meaning of the written text in a contract is often open to interpretation. If a complainant files a lawsuit against a business for breach of contract, the company is being accused of not following through on what it agreed to in the contract's terms. In this kind of contract dispute, the litigation attorney defends and represents the company's actions in the context of the contract's agreement.


​Business litigation attorneys must also be skilled at mediation as an alternative dispute resolution to a court trial. In business mediation, lawyers for both the litigant and complainant work with a neutral party, or middle person, to resolve or settle the dispute out of court. Mediation differs from business arbitration in that an arbitrator makes a legal judgment after hearing both sides of the dispute. Settlements made through mediation are common dispute resolutions in cases where former employees of a business claim they were wrongfully dismissed from the company.


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