Areas of Expertise
Areas of Expertise
Breach of Contract
It is essential for business owners to know what to do if you entered a contract and things haven’t turned out the way you expected.
The attorneys at Katie Lasky Law provide the knowledgeable assistance you need to understand your legal rights in breach of contract disputes. Whether you are the party who is alleged to have breached a contract or you are seeking damages because of someone else’s breach–we can assist you to continue to move your business forward.
Katie Lasky Law regularly handles business litigation matters involving partnership and shareholder disputes. We have litigated and advised clients on various governance issues, including minority owner rights, allegations of breaches of the duties of good faith and fair dealing, and conduct alleged to violate shareholder and limited liability company agreements.
We excel at both defending against such claims and litigating direct claims and derivative actions aimed at recovering losses experienced by our clients due to malfeasance.
Katie Lasky Law represents creditors, trustees, and other parties in litigation involving claims of fraudulent transfers of assets under federal bankruptcy law and state law, avoidance of preferential transfers under bankruptcy law, fraud, and other business torts.
Katie Lasky has extensive experience in these matters, having represented creditors, trustees, and other parties in bankruptcy litigation throughout her career. She has litigated these claims in all of the bankruptcy courts in Louisiana as well as courts in Alabama and Texas.
Director and Officer Litigation
Director & Officer (or “D&O”) litigation involves claims made against directors and officers of public and private corporations. These cases– whether defending the directors or officers or asserting claims against them – require creative and experienced legal representation
The attorneys at Katie Lasky Law have wide-ranging experience in litigation involving directors and officers’ duties and responsibilities. We defend directors and officers in litigation and also pursue D&O claims on behalf of trustees and creditors in federal, bankruptcy, and state courts.
Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims
The attorneys at Katie Lasky Law have experience advising fiduciaries of their duties when making difficult decisions for their business and defending against claims of a breach. We have also asserted claims against officers and directors who have breached those duties resulting in the demise of those businesses. No matter what side of this issue you find yourself, it is important to consult an experienced attorney to assist.
Business torts, often known as unfair business practices, consist of fraud, misrepresentation, and any other wrongful acts that a business may perform which cause injury to a competitor or consumers.
Louisiana law allows any person or entity who suffers a loss of money or property as a result of unfair methods of competition or unfair or deceptive acts or practices, including false advertising, to file suit. We have prosecuted and defended cases involving unfair trade practices, including misappropriation of trade secrets, fraud, false or deceptive advertising, interference with contracts and other business relations, and conspiracies.