St. Louis Business Litigation Lawyer
The Law Offices of Christopher Bent is a respected boutique labor and employment,
business, and real estate firm providing exceptional, legal counsel and
representation. Attorney Christopher Bent has successfully counseled clients,
informally settled disputes and successfully litigated a variety of claims
for individuals, business owners and governmental entities for more than
a decade. He was recognized for having one of the top verdicts in Missouri
in 2007 and was listed in the 2010 St. Louis Magazine's "Best
The Law Offices of Christopher Bent provides exceptional legal counsel
and representation in Missouri and Illinois, in
employment law, discrimination law, business law, contract law, real estate law and administrative
law. Mr. Bent regularly counsels and represents businesses, corporations
and individuals involved in employment discrimination claims, contract
disputes, real estate disputes, business disputes and general litigation.
Home healthcare providers, home healthcare owners, and other professional
employees involved in professional administrative hearings, licensing
and disciplinary matters, seek counsel from Mr. Bent in order to protect
their rights and professional licensure.
Mr. Bent's labor and employment law practice includes representation
in race, age, gender disability and sexual harassment claims. His business
law practice includes business formation, contract drafting, enforcement
and review, and business litigation. His real estate practice includes
representing clients buying and selling businesses, commercial and residential
property, drafting, reviewing and negotiating asset purchase agreements
and commercial leases and representing clients in landlord tenant disputes.
Whether you own a business or are involved in a dispute with another company,
Mr. Bent's approach to litigation and legal counseling is invaluable.
today to seek the justice you deserve. To learn more about what we can do, please provide your information on our
online consultation request form.