Business Formation And Litigation In The San Jose Area

At the San Jose law firm of DiNapoli & Sibley, we understand the business realm. We know that the bottom line matters. We believe that making the right legal decisions ultimately comes down to a well-reasoned analysis. Our role is to help business clients understand their options, giving them the guidance they need to make informed choices.

The Blueprint For A Successful Business

Sound decision-making is essential at every stage of the business life cycle, but especially at the outset. Business formation creates the legal blueprint that shapes your enterprise. Important steps in this process include:

Applying more than 60 years of combined experience, our lawyers know how to approach these issues with clarity. We can walk you through the risks, costs and benefits of each option.

We give clients the information they need to make confident decisions.

Solution-Oriented Strategies For Handling Disputes

Disputes are bound to arise in any business. If handled correctly, they don't have to destroy your financial outlook or cripple your operations.

The attorneys at DiNapoli & Sibley evaluate every dispute from the perspective of the client's goals. Sometimes that means negotiating a reasonable settlement rather than risking protracted litigation. Other times it means fighting for their interests in court. In both scenarios, we serve as strong advocates, combining valuable experience with the efficiency and economical advantage of a boutique firm.

Our business clients include corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships and other organizations facing:

We handle litigation at the state and federal levels, including appeals.

Collaborative Legal Counsel

Learn more about partnering with our firm to help your business succeed. Get in touch with our business litigation attorneys in San Jose, California, by calling 408-999-0900. We serve clients throughout Santa Clara County and the entire Bay Area. For added convenience, we also visit clients at their place of business. This helps us better understand their business and operations.