Brian Eviston concentrates his practice in the areas of corporate law, commerical law, landlord-tenant law, and complex corporate and commercial litigation. He has extensive experience counseling owners, executives, and officers in all areas of their business, including corporate formation, mergers and acquisitions, succession planning, contract formation, government regulation, employment decisions, and property ownership and management.
Brian’s litigation experience on behalf of businesses, banks and individuals covers a wide variety of issues in corporate and commercial law, including contract disputes; shareholder, member and partner disputes; breach of fiduciary duty, fraud and other business torts; residential, HUD, and commercial lease litigation; real estate litigation and title disputes; construction litigation; insurance coverage litigation; commercial workouts; foreclosures, forcible detainer actions and employment-related cases.
Brian is dedicated to helping his clients achieve long-term financial success. He works closely with business owners, in-house counsel, and individuals to learn their business so that he may tailor a practical, value-added strategy that places them in the best possible position to achieve positive, cost-effective results. Brian explores alternative resolutions to his clients’ adverse situations, including mediation and arbitration, and he has the litigation experience necessary to successfully represent his clients in the state and federal courts as well as the state and federal administrative agencies.
Actively involved in the local business community, Brian continues to develop a diverse network of professionals, banks, business owners, and individuals who enjoy the mutual benefit that is created by the exchange of business referrals, information, and advice. These network connections are instrumental in the promotion and development of his clients’ business interests.