For over twenty years, Vethan Law Firm, P.C. (VLF) has focused its efforts on representing business people, partners / shareholders and businesses in the most complex and contentious of matters. In their legal battle against all the forces arrayed against them, VLF’s clients do not stand alone. Whether in the boardroom or the courtroom, VLF is a shield or sword, as need be, to serve our clients’ needs.
From California to Texas; Colorado to Florida, in cases involving business litigation, shareholder and partnership disputes, intellectual property, non-compete agreements and large scale construction contract disputes, we are privileged that our clients choose VLF litigators in helping them with their legal matters.
Whether our project involves reviewing and structuring a contract, protecting intellectual property, such as trademarks, trade secrets, copyrights, enforcing or defending non-compete agreements or business disputes between shareholders or partners, VLF’s business lawyers bring a significant wealth of experience and commitment to each matter.
“Mr. Vethan did an extremely good job. His firm did. Got a million dollars judgment. And if you go back and look at the docket sheet when this fight first broke out it was by no means clear that the trustee was going to get anything. So when Mr. Vethan and his firm, you know, and Mr. Colvin did clearly an exquisite job, excellent — excellent work.”
– Honorable Jeffery Bohm
What We Can Build Together
Most of our business clients have been with VLF for more than a decade. We have come to know their business, their personalities and their families. Having that personal contact with our clients, and truly understanding their needs, even in the most difficult times in their lives, is important to us. It allows us to represent them and the businesses they are building.
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