Business and commercial litigation
Our office represents plaintiffs and defendants in civil litigation in State and Federal Court, as well as arbitrations and administrative proceedings.
Through innovative and creative application of the law to each client’s business, we provide high-quality legal services for a broad range of issues, including contract disputes, close corporation conflicts, employment, government enforcement, insurance coverage disputes and disputes involving new technology and start-up companies.
Business and commercial litigation refers to legal disputes that arise in the context of business relationships, transactions, or commercial activities. It encompasses a wide range of issues, such as breach of contract, partnership disputes, intellectual property disputes, employment disputes, and shareholder disputes. Business and commercial litigation can be complex and involve significant financial stakes, potentially impacting the reputation and viability of a business. It often requires thorough legal analysis, evidence gathering, negotiation, and potentially litigation to resolve the disputes and protect the interests of the parties involved.
Consulting our business and commercial litigation team is crucial for several reasons. Firstly, we have a deep understanding of the applicable laws and regulations governing business disputes that take place in New York State, and in New York City, Nassau and Suffolk Counties. We can assess the strengths and weaknesses of your case, identify potential legal strategies, and provide expert advice on the best course of action to protect your rights and interests. We can guide you through the complex legal process, ensuring that all necessary documents are properly prepared, deadlines are met, and legal procedures are followed. Our team can skillfully negotiate with opposing parties or represent you in court if the dispute escalates.
Having a skilled attorney by your side increases the likelihood of achieving a favorable resolution or outcome in your business or commercial litigation case.