Jill Dimick, who Chairs the firm’s Business Litigation Group is quoted in this month’s article on Business Women Connect “Let’s Make It Legal-When Should You Consult An Attorney”
The Article, written by Emily Chew addresses the questions of when is the right time to talk with an attorney if you’re considering starting a business. An excerpt from the article:
And life presents the occasional tricky situation, even for women who don’t own a business. How do you decide when to roll up your sleeves, do some research and handle these issues on your own? Do you know when consulting a lawyer is the best decision to save you time, money and future problems?
As a founding member of JOCHAM HARDEN DIMICK JACKSON, PC, Ms. Dimick chairs the Business Litigation Group. With 20 years in litigation, Ms. Dimick brings a wealth of experience representing an array of clients ranging in size from large public companies to small privately-owned businesses, professional corporations, franchisees, and financial institutions. Equally comfortable representing either plaintiffs or defendants, Ms. Dimick’s clients also comprise public officials, business owners, directors, officers and former employees. Her cases involve a variety of issues such as breach of contract, shareholder disputes, cyber-law disputes, breach of fiduciary duties, receiverships, landlord-tenant issues, zoning, trademark infringement, defamation, unfair competition, covenants not to compete, wage claims and employment discrimination and sexual harassment. Ms. Dimick’s diverse litigation history includes being retained as legal counsel for a congressional campaign for one of the top-ten contested elections in the nation. Visit her bio to read more about her experience: https://www.hardenjacksonlaw.com/index.php/our-team/jill-dimick/