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Business and complex commercial litigation

North Carolina Business Litigation Lawyers

Blue LLP prosecutes and defends business disputes and complex commercial litigation. Our lawyers’ depth of litigation experience has enabled us to solve incredibly complex problems. As a result, we have achieved extraordinary results across a broad range of commercial claims. Our clients have included publicly traded companies, small businesses, and everyday people.

Our success is based on our approach to each and every case. We focus on fact development and legal analysis so that we can present the most compelling narrative possible. We also embrace technological innovation so that we can litigate cases not only efficiently, bust most importantly, effectively.

Litigation Cases We Handle

Antitrust

Breach of Contract

Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Class Actions

Fraud

Intellectual Property

Qui Tam / False Claims Act

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    WE OFFER FLEXIBLE BILLING ARRANGEMENTS

    Many small and medium-sized businesses are often constrained by litigation costs. Sometimes, the choice can be between foregoing a valid legal claim and paying high legal fees. Large law firms are notorious not only for billing junior attorneys at absurdly high hourly rates, but also for staffing unnecessarily large teams to handle business disputes.

    We offer flexible, alternative billing arrangements in certain types of cases. This practice let our clients know in advance how much their lawyers will cost.

    FLAT FEES PLUS REASONABLE COSTS AND EXPENSES

    Under this billing arrangement, we will charge a flat rate as a fee, plus reasonable litigation costs and expenses. Litigation costs and expenses might include court filing fees, court reporters, deposition transcripts, and expert witness fees. These billing arrangements avoid surprise invoices and allow clients to know in advance the maximum fee obligation.

    MIXED FEE ARRANGEMENT

    A mixed fee arrangement is a hybrid between the traditional hourly rate (or capped flat fee) and a contingency fee. For example, we may assess a flat fee that limits the client’s out-of-pocket fee obligation in addition to a contingency (or success) fee that assess the balance of fees as a percentage of the client’s recovery at trial or through settlement. Much like a flat fee, a mixed fee arrangement makes out of pocket costs for fees predictable and wholly within a client’s control.

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