Lober Dobson & Desai LLC
Attorneys at Law
404-979-1325 | Roswell
478-745-7700 | Macon
Our lawyers represent national, regional, and local businesses. We work
with them to identify the issues that matter to our client's the
most - maximizing profits and minimizing exposure to litigation. The
key to avoiding expensive and time consuming litigation is taking a proactive approach,
which includes reviewing contracts and agreements and making sure company policies are
in line with local, state and federal guidelines. Through ethical business practices,
the drafting of strong yet clear agreements and forceful negotiations, we strive to help
our clients meet their goals.
At Lober, Dobson & Desai, we understand that litigation is not your company's business
so we aggressively seek means other than court to find you resolution. However, when
mediation and negotiation fail to resolve a dispute, we have the experience and tenacity
to successfully litigate on your behalf.
Our attorneys have represented clients in numerous state and federal courts throughout
the United States in matters involving trade secrets cases, contract disputes, derivative
actions, shareholder disputes, lease disputes and numerous other commercial matters.
We can assist in most any aspect of commercial litigation including:
- Americans with Disabilities Act Compliance
- Business Agreements/Contracts
- Employment and Non-compete Agreements
- Lease Agreements
- Real Estate Construction
- Shareholder Agreements/Derivative Actions
Past due accounts are a serious drain on your resources. Holding on to
past due accounts does nothing for your bottom line, and the longer you hold them,
the harder it is for a lawyer to collect them. At Lober, Dobson & Desai, we aggressively
pursue your past due accounts and provide timely updates as to progress. We have recently
made the updates available to clients online so they always know the progress of their
cases. Furthermore, our attorneys have established relationships with attorneys outside
of Georgia to assist our clients with out-of-state debtor collection.