Corporate transactions & commercial litigation.
The attorneys at Weisberg & Miller have decades of experience representing a broad range of business clients. Their goal is to identify and contain potential problems quickly and with minimum expense. In situations where legal action is either pending or inevitable, the firm has frequently been praised for its creative techniques in resolving serious and potentially costly disputes in a cost-effective and expeditious manner.
Weisberg & Miller offers a wide range of business related services including:
- Assistance in business formation, reorganization, and dissolution;
- Organization and preparation of business agreements, including contracts with employees, independent contractors, and clients; and
- Representation of businesses in disputes involving wrongful termination, contract disputes, personal injury, unfair competition, interference with business relations, products liability and premises liability issues.
Weisberg & Miller creatively tailors its handling of its clients’ legal needs utilizing litigation, mediation, arbitration, and a host of other alternative dispute resolution techniques. The firm is also skilled in complex litigation and is always prepared to aggressively represent its clients in trial. The primary goal in all cases is avoidance of legal problems or resolution of legal problems in the most cost efficient and beneficial manner available.
Three decades of experience in real estate law.
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL PROPERTY
Weisberg & Miller has decades of experience in assisting clients in the area of Real Estate Law. The firm offers a variety of services in this area including personal home ownership and purchase, commercial purchase, and maintenance of property.
LITIGATION AND BREACH OF REAL ESTATE BUY/SELL AGREEMENTS
Weisberg & Miller specializes in issues regarding failure to disclose and construction defect litigation.
LANDLORD TENANT REAL PROPERTY PRACTICE
Ownership of investment property presents many serious and often complex issues. These issues include insurance procurement and coverage, premises liability and matters involving tenant relations and the numerous duties arising from this relationship. Tenants’ Rights legislation in the San Francisco Bay Area is strict and provides for severe penalties even upon mere technical violations. Weisberg & Miller’s experience in dealing with these issues allows it to assist its clients in avoiding what might ordinarily result in costly litigation and court judgments.
Home purchase and ownership present a multitude of issues with which Weisberg & Miller is experienced in addressing. The firm’s attorneys realize how important these issues are to its clients. Among the most valuable of its services is the ability to anticipate the long term consequences associated with many of the decisions that confront homeowners and purchasers of real estate, including purchase contracts, tenancy-in-common agreements, condominium conversions, financing problems, contractor problems, and handling and prevention of foreclosures on real property.
Direct and expeditious resolutions.
Weisberg & Miller is experienced in all aspects of Personal Injury law. The firm has defended and prosecuted a wide range of personal injury lawsuits in a multitude of different venues and forums, including jury trials, bench trials, arbitration and mediation.
Weisberg & Miller is adept at evaluating the merits of a variety of personal injury claims. The firm develops efficient and effective discovery plans, which ultimately lead to direct and expeditious resolutions of these claims. In short, Weisberg & Miller’s approach to personal injury matters substantially reduces defense costs, while increasing the possibility of defense verdicts for its clients who have been sued.
The attorneys at Weisberg & Miller are well versed in liability insurance policies. They quickly render accurate coverage determinations, which greatly assist insurers in avoiding first-party “bad faith” claimse determinations which greatly assist insurers in avoiding first-party “bad faith” claims.