Hobgood & Bass helps clients avoid, manage and resolve their business disputes. The firm represents clients in various state and federal courts, in arbitrations, or in mediations and negotiations. The firm also assists clients in drafting, negotiating and implementing contracts and agreements, as well as in training their associates to avoid or reduce the risk of disputes. Our deep experience and personal involvement gives us a unique capacity to assess risks and predict outcomes. We provide a variety of options and estimate the cost of each for optimal client solutions.
Our goal is to tailor resolution to client imperatives and to maximize client value. Our tools include:
- Timeliness: We approach every deadline or milestone in client relations or legal actions with a sense of importance and urgency to ensure prompt and dedicated service.
- Early Action: We investigate and assess cases early so that clients can evaluate alternatives and collaboratively structure the best approach to achieve their objectives.
- Diligence: We are fierce protectors of our clients’ rights, reputations and brands, combining attention to detail, perseverance and tenacity.
- Expertise: We have nearly a century of combined experience in representing a broad range of complex businesses in a variety of disputes and locations, including acting as in-house litigation officer for a Fortune 50 company.
- Efficiency: Disputes can be complex and expensive. We treat our clients’ dollars as if they were our own. Through early and continual assessment and evaluation, we assure that we do only what is necessary, and that it is done in the best, most effective and most efficient manner possible.
Hobgood & Bass represents a variety of clients ranging from multi-national companies to sole proprietorships. Our clients include the world’s largest home improvement retailer, the nation’s largest homebuilder, an international luxury hotel group, various developers, owners, contractors, and privately-held, entrepreneurial enterprises.
While the size and nature of our clients’ matters may vary significantly, the client’s interests are our interests. At all times, we ask and answer the questions: What is at stake? What are the options? What will it cost? What is the benefit? What is the best outcome for the client?