Mary Scott Law Practice Areas

Practice Areas

Business Litigation

When an issue arises in a business relationship, you may need to hire a business litigation attorney in Jacksonville, FL to help evaluate, handle and resolve your dispute before the courts. Mary Scott Law works with our clients to develop customized strategies for their commercial and business litigation needs inside and outside the courtroom, including:

  • Buy and sell disputes
  • Contract disputes
  • Construction disputes
  • Dissolution of corporations, limited liability companies, and partnerships
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Lease disputes
  • Partnership and shareholder disputes
  • Violation of non-compete and confidentiality agreements relating to trade secrets

Civil Litigation

When there is no alternative but to settle your dispute in court, as your civil suit lawyers in Jacksonville, FL and surrounding areas, Mary Scott Law can take you through the process of filing and pursuing a non-criminal lawsuit. We can also represent you in court if someone has filed a civil suit against you. We have extensive experience with:

  • Construction disputes
  • Defamation
  • Environmental issues
  • General commercial litigation
  • Libel and Slander

Real Estate Litigation

When you need a litigator or trial lawyer in Jacksonville, FL for complex real estate litigation and dispute resolutions, contact Mary Scott Law. We represent a wide range of real estate clients, including residential and commercial developers, lenders, construction companies, and tenants in office and retail properties. Our firm can assist you with:

  • Acquisition and development disputes
  • Construction disputes
  • Escrow disputes
  • Golf course litigation
  • HOA disputes
  • Interpleader action
  • Landlord-tenant disputes
  • Litigation of property management
  • Purchase and sale disputes
  • Title disputes

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