FCLC GROUP IS SENSITIVE TO THE IMPACT OF DIVORCE ON BUSINESS
Prior to directing his focus exclusively to Family Law, John Foster litigated numerous state and federal cases and appeals involving construction claims, commercial and business disputes, trademark and other intellectual property claims, securities fraud and other fraud claims, tortious interference and other tort claims, contract disputes, and a large variety of other complex litigation. This experience frequently placed John in direct contact with the sophisticated business persons, entrepreneurs, and general or corporate counsel responsible for litigation management. In many divorce and family law cases, the business entities with which a spouse is employed or involved may be added as parties or may become entangled in the discovery process. This is particularly true when the value and extent of a spouse’s business interests may be at issue. John’s background and experience places him in a unique position for remaining sensitive to the impact of divorce on the business interests of FCLC Group’s clients. And, this unique background and experience have led to his engagement as counsel, co-counsel or additional counsel to (a) represent the interests of third-party business entities brought into or otherwise entangled in the divorce or family law cases, or (b) handle state or federal claims that may be ancillary to the core divorce or family law issues.