Business Litigation

Tel: 314-727-0163

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gavelBusiness Litigation as an Option
While we always explore ways to resolve business disputes at the Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C., we know that litigation (e.g, a lawsuit) is sometimes the only way to resolve those disputes. Mr. Cox has tried a variety of such cases.  Small, medium, and large companies have counted on Mr. Cox to handle lawsuits related to contract disputes and other issues about the products/services they provide.

Commercial Building Litigation
Commercial building owners are subject to a multitude of legal issues that can result in litigation. Tenants may not be paying rent or may have disputes with their leases. Individuals may be injured on the commercial property and file claims. There may be construction projects, mechanics' liens, or security issues. Our business litigation attorney can help you with your legal matters so you can concentrate on the day-to-day operations of your business. If you need experienced representation for your business, please contact us.

We accept credit cards for your convenience. Contact our St Louis law firm today to schedule an appointment to learn how our legal expertise can help you acheive your goals  The Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, LLC is conveniently located in Chesterfield, Missouri. Call us at 314.727.0163 or contact us online.

Office Location

Law Office of Christopher P. Cox, L.L.C.
13321 N. Outer 40 Rd.
Suite 600
Chesterfield, MO 63017
Tel: 314-727-0163
Fax: 314-448-4300


Business Hours

We are here to serve you during the following business hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: Closed

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