The Business Advice and Litigation Group at Low, Ball & Lynch handles advice concerning and defense of business matters of all types. The firm regularly represents and defends various professionals including securities brokers, real estate brokers, insurance agents and adjusters, corporate officers and directors, attorneys, and accountants with respect to errors and omissions claims. In addition, the firm has extensive experience with the defense of business and technology claims including trademark, trade secrets, computer law, unfair competition, business interference, wrongful termination, racial discrimination, sexual harassment, breach of contract, securities fraud, real estate fraud and corporate and partnership disputes..
The Business Advice and Litigation Group is firmly committed to the principle of informed, cost-effective representation and litigation management for its clients. At the outset of each representation, the B.A.L.G. engages in a cost/benefit analysis with the client which attempts to identify and quantify the benefits and risks associated with the representation, including its costs and a range of reasonably foreseeable outcomes in light of the client’s expressed goals. Alternatives, including various alternate dispute resolution mechanisms, are considered at the outset and at each stage of the representation. The ultimate objective is a well informed client, a cost effective representation and a satisfactory result.
Thomas LoSavio manages the Business Litigation Group. He is a former Faculty Member of the Hastings College of the Law, College of Advocacy, Business Litigation Institute which annually presented an intensive trial skills training program for commercial litigators. He is a former Securities and Exchange Commission Enforcement attorney with over 40 years experience in business and commercial disputes. For more information regarding Low, Ball & Lynch's Business Litigation practice, contact Tom LoSavio by e-mail
or by phone at (415) 981-6630.
Copyright, Trademark and Trade Secret
Defense of Corporate, Partnership and Limited Liabilty Company Disputes
Unfair Competition and Business Interference