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Business Litigation Attorneys in Overland Park, Kansas

In the business world, it's inevitable that conflicts and disputes arise. When they do, you need a legal team that's got your back, a team that's ready to go the extra mile to protect your interests. At Myers Longhofer, LLC, we're that team. We're dedicated to providing comprehensive legal services to businesses facing litigation challenges. Armed with our extensive experience, we strive to achieve the most favorable outcomes for our clients.

Common Causes of Business Disputes

Disputes are an unfortunate but common occurrence. They can spring up for a myriad of reasons, from disagreements over contracts and allegations of fraud to conflicts related to non-compete agreements or employment-related matters. Some of the most common business disputes include the following: 

Employment Disputes

Conflicts related to employment, such as wrongful termination, discrimination, or wage disputes can often lead to business litigation. We're well-versed in employment law and provide effective representation to safeguard your business's reputation and ensure compliance with all applicable laws. 

Disputes Between Businesses

Business rivalries can sometimes escalate into conflicts due to competition, intellectual property infringement, breach of non-compete agreements, or unfair business practices. We've got the know-how to navigate these complex disputes and advocate for your best interests. 

Contract Disputes

Contracts are the building blocks of business relationships, and disputes can arise when one party fails to fulfill its obligations as outlined in the contract. We understand the critical role contracts play and are here to help you navigate contract disputes, ensuring your rights are protected and the agreement's terms are enforced. 

Partnership Disputes

Disagreements between business partners regarding management, decision-making, profit distribution, or breach of fiduciary duties can lead to partnership disputes. Our attorneys are experienced in resolving these disputes through negotiation, mediation, or, if necessary, litigation. 

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Contract Disputes

Regardless of the nature of the dispute, it often comes back to the contract and what was agreed upon by the parties involved. A contract dispute, often a central point of business litigation, arises when any party involved in a contract believes another party has failed to fulfill their contractual obligations. This could be as simple as non-payment for goods or services, or as complex as misinterpretation of contract terms or conditions.  

Contract disputes can lead to significant financial losses, strained business relationships, and potential legal repercussions. Resolving these disputes requires a thorough understanding of contract law, adept negotiation skills, and when necessary, proficient litigation prowess. Our team of business litigation attorneys has a deep understanding of contract law and can provide effective representation in contract dispute cases. 

Elements of a Breach of Contract

When it comes to business contract disputes, several elements must be considered to determine whether a breach of contract has occurred. 

Existence of a Contract 

The first step in resolving a contract dispute is establishing the existence of a valid contract. Our attorneys meticulously analyze the contract's terms, conditions, and execution to determine its enforceability. 

A Breach of a Duty Required by the Contract 

If one party fails to fulfill its obligations as outlined in the contract, a breach of contract may have occurred. Our team diligently examines the actions or inactions of the parties involved to identify any breaches and assess their impact on the contract. 

Resulted in Damages 

To pursue a contract dispute, it is essential to demonstrate that the breach of contract resulted in damages. Our attorneys work tirelessly to quantify and prove the damages suffered by our clients, ensuring they receive appropriate compensation. 

Resolving a Dispute


Mediation is a highly effective approach that involves the participation of a neutral third party who facilitates negotiations between the parties involved. This collaborative and solutions-oriented process aims to achieve a mutually acceptable resolution, ensuring that all parties' interests and concerns are taken into account.  

Our experienced attorneys have a proven track record in successfully guiding clients through the mediation process, providing expert guidance and support every step of the way. Rest assured, with our dedicated team by your side, you can navigate the complexities of mediation with confidence and achieve the best possible outcome. 


Arbitration is a more formal alternative to litigation, which offers a streamlined and efficient resolution process. In arbitration, an impartial arbitrator or panel of arbitrators is appointed to hear the dispute and make a binding decision. Our experienced attorneys are well-versed in presenting cases in arbitration proceedings, leveraging their persuasive skills to advocate for your interests effectively. With their in-depth knowledge of the arbitration process, they will navigate the complexities and nuances of your case, ensuring that your position is effectively communicated and your rights protected. 


In some cases, the best resolution to a business dispute may be the dissolution of the business entity. Our attorneys can guide you through the process of dissolving a business, ensuring compliance with legal requirements and protecting your interests. 

Business Litigation Attorneys in Overland Park, Kansas

Business litigation is a complex area of law that requires experienced legal representation. At Myers Longhofer, LLC, we're committed to providing comprehensive legal services to protect our clients' interests. Whether you're facing an employment dispute, contract disagreement, or partnership conflict, our team of skilled attorneys is ready to guide you through the process and achieve the best possible outcome. We proudly serve clients in Overland Park, Kansas, as well as Kansas City, Johnson County, Olathe, Leawood, and Shawnee.