Fraud Litigation

If you have entered into a commercial transaction, whether individually or on behalf of a business enterprise, and have lost money because of certain misrepresentations or the concealment of a material fact, you may have a right to sue for fraud and recover compensation for your losses. It is important that you hire an experienced lawyer to protect your interests, one who understands the laws governing fraud, and who can protect your interests, whether you choose to go to court or seek recovery through other means of dispute resolution.

At the law office of Fisher & Talwar, we represent businesses and individuals in a wide range of complex contractual matters, including partnership disputes. Our experienced litigators work closely with expert witnesses and investigators with the understanding that no two cases are the same and that every case requires meticulous preparation and a creative strategy in order to obtain the desired results. We will help you fully explore and, if appropriate, successfully employ alternative means of dispute resolution, including mediation or arbitration, to resolve disputes prior to trial. For your initial consultation, please e-mail us or call (213) 891-0777.

Our Fraud Litigation Practice

We represent individuals and businesses who have been victimized by fraud, whether that fraud takes the form of:

  • Intentional misrepresentation of a material fact
  • Negligent (unintentional) misrepresentation of a material fact
  • Intentional concealment of a material fact
  • Business scams
  • Embezzlement scams

We have handled fraud claims related to partnership agreements, real estate deals, and business investments, as well as many other types of commercial and consumer fraud. We also represent clients in fraud litigation arising out of unconscionable dealing, where one party has significantly more bargaining power than another party and uses that power to get a grossly unfair deal.

We represent plaintiffs and defendants in cases involving allegations of fraud. Under California law, fraud occurs when there is an intentional misrepresentation or concealment of a material fact.

Contact Our Experienced Fraud Litigation Attorney

To set up your initial consultation, please e-mail us or call (213) 891-0777. Our experienced and knowledgeable fraud litigation lawyer is available to meet with you between the hours of 8:30 am and 6:00 pm, Monday through Friday, and evenings and weekends by appointment.