Choose Grantham Law as Your
Massachusetts Business Lawyer

We Represent Businesses and Individuals in Civil Trials & Disputes.

Grantham Law maintains a successful Massachusetts litigation and trial practice that seeks both legal and equitable remedies for its clients. Attorney Dax Grantham has over 18 years of experience representing both businesses and individuals in complex civil litigation matters.

Moreover, we have also built a network of highly qualified litigators that we work with various specialties that can help you get the result you are looking for. You can expect honesty from your lawyer about your case and results. Our goal is to keep our clients informed about the progress of their case and provide them with enough information to make informed decisions.

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Massachusetts Trial Lawyer

We represent both businesses & individuals before all State and Federal Courts in Massachusetts. Give us a call, even if we don't handle your specific type of case, we will put you in touch with an expert who does.

If your business or one if its officers has been served with a lawsuit from a customer, vendor, or shareholder, our Business Lawyers have over 18 years experience in state and federal courts throughout Massachusetts.

If your business has been sued by a current or former employee for discrimination, wage & hour act violation, or wrongful termination; it is important that you seek experienced counsel as soon as possible.  Contact us to find out how we can help.

We have been representing both Debtors and Creditors before the United States Bankruptcy Court since 2001. Our attorneys are familiar with State and Federal collections laws and have a proven track record before all State and Federal Courts in Massachusetts.

Our experienced business litigation attorneys represent partners, corporations and shareholders in all types of internal disputes such as breach of fiduciary duty, freeze out, derivative actions, and breach of the partnership agreement.

We help drafting and reviewing a wide range of business contracts such as warranties, non-disclosures, and standard form contracts. Our business law attorneys have been drafting commercial contracts for over 15 years.

Not everything goes as planned.  Sometimes, courts and judges get it wrong and make a decision that goes against logic, or law.  When this happens, you have the option to appeal the ruling or verdict.  Contact us for more information.

The Litigation Process: What To Expect

The facts and strategy of every case are different; however, the legal procedure is the same. If you have been harmed, or accused of causing someone else harm; typically the case will go something like this:

Step 1: Pre-Litigation:

In this phase, your attorney will research your case and collect evidence needed to prepare or respond to a demand letter. If a demand letter is not necessary or advantageous, then a complaint will be prepared and filed. Ideally, the parties will try to resolve their dispute before it becomes necessary to file a lawsuit; if not, a complaint will have to be filed with the court and the lawsuit will commence.

Step 2: Discovery & Fact Finding:

Once a complaint is filed, and answered, the parties will conduct "discovery." Discovery is the exchange of documents and information during the course of the trial. This is the most tedious and time-consuming part of the trial.

Step 3: Summary Judgment:

If, after discovery, there are no facts that are in dispute, there is no point for a trial. At this time, either party may ask the court to rule on the case and make a decision.

Step 4: Trial:

If there are facts in dispute, then a trial will have to be held so that a jury can decide which facts are true. Each side will show the court the evidence that supports their version of the "facts" and the jury will decide who is right and make a judgment.

Our Approach is Simple: We work for You!

If you or your business is facing a legal challenge that calls for sound advice and skilled representation, contact us today to arrange a FREE consultation with an experienced Massachusetts attorney.

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