TOLLEFSEN LAW PRACTICE AREAS
Licensing and defense of licenses including representing clients before agencies like the Securities and Exchange Commission and state regulatory agencies.
Filing bankruptcy and bankruptcy litigation.
The lawyers and staff at Tollefsen Law have a wide variety of business and legal experience. We are often able to find creative solutions to business legal problems.
Business Litigation and Arbitration
We have many years experience with complex litigation in federal courts, state courts and with administrative agencies. From intellectual property litigation to financial fraud, we can provide the commercial litigation services needed.
A full range of business torts including Deceit, Fraud, Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Tortious Interference, Negligence, Negligent Misrepresentation, and Nuisance.
Those who are starting a new business need our experience and expertise.
Our attorneys are available to testify as experts on subjects related to our practice areas.
With many years’ experience in investigation and litigation, one of our most important practice areas is representing investors and those who are attempting to remedy financial fraud. A Certified Fraud Examiner is on staff.
It makes sense to hire a certified fraud investigator who is a lawyer to conduct the internal investigation.
We help businesses and families solve immigration issues.
Our lawyers are available to serve as mediators through our sister organization, the International Mediation Center.
We assist with formation, compliance, and governance issues. State and Federal filings for tax-exempt status.
Commercial real estate transactions and litigation.
Trusts, estate planning and maintenance
Arbitration, EB-5 financing, real estate and business transactions, litigation.
A Tollefsen Lawyer can serve as your part-time in-house counsel for your firm at reduced prices.
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