Effective And Experienced Legal Counsel For Kansas City Businesses

When faced with complex business litigation matters, any disruption to day-to-day operations is more than an inconvenience; it can compromise a business’ overall success. At Waddell Law Firm LLC, we too are a small business, and we understand how hard small-business owners throughout Kansas City work to protect their interests, grow and expand.

We Are A Small Firm Handling Big Business Cases

Whether faced with contract issues with vendors or you are involved in a partnership or shareholder dispute, we know firsthand the numerous challenges modern businesses face every day. That is why we will work with you, help fight for your rights and protect your financial interests.

In some cases, we are able to work through your case quickly and reach an early and fair settlement. By taking the time to get to know your business model, we can develop a strategy that balances the practical needs of your operations with the legal realities before us.

We handle a variety of sophisticated business law matters, including:

  • Breach of contract, sale, vendor agreements, purchase agreements, consultant agreements, non-competition agreements and other types of contract disputes
  • Commercial litigation
  • Price fixing
  • Deceptive advertising practices
  • Construction defect(residential and commercial) litigation matters

Our firm has represented clients against some of the world’s larges companies in complex litigation cases and come away victorious. To review some of our past successes, we invite you to visit our verdicts and settlements page.

Learn How We Can Help Your Business During A Free Consultation

For an opportunity to speak with a small-business lawyer and to learn how we can act as litigation counsel for your business, contact us and speak with attorney Scott Waddell during a free informational meeting.

Call our Kansas City law office at 816-399-5510 or by submitting an online contact form. You can contact us for free, meet with us for free and take the first step toward protecting your business’s long-term interests.