Resolving Business Litigation Challenges

Legal challenges often pose a direct threat to your continued business success, whether you find yourself as the plaintiff or the defendant in a civil lawsuit.

I am attorney Brett M. Weaver, and my law firm, Brett Weaver/[email protected], serves clients with business litigation needs in and around San Diego. With more than 18 years of experience, I can construct strong and compelling strategies for your case, and my business model emphasizes efficiency and a low overhead so our collaboration can be affordable.

Let Me Solve Your Litigation Problems

My commitment to clients is personally handling their legal challenges in court, from first filing to the final verdict, and beyond, even into appellate court. I represent businesses, investors and others in matters that include:

  • Breach of contract
  • Contract interference
  • Fraud
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Unfair business practices
  • Misappropriation of trade secrets

I also have experience in defending corporate clients against SLAPP (Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation). If you have exercised your First Amendment rights and find yourself facing a retaliatory lawsuit, I can help you file the proper anti-SLAPP motions to halt the harassment.

Benefit From An Efficient Legal Services Model

I opened my own law practice because I wanted to serve clients at the level of service that I knew I was capable of providing. As your lawyer, I will respect your time and your money. In many cases, I can work with clients virtually. My streamlined operations mean you are not overcharged or stuck with a less experienced lawyer handling your case. Each of my clients is important to me, and I fight for the best possible outcome for their legal case.

Take The First Step Toward Litigation Resolution

My office is based in San Diego, but I serve clients across Southern California, including Orange and North counties. Schedule a free initial consultation today by calling 619-3007890 or emailing me via my online contact form.