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Business Litigation

Everyone understands how a divorce works: Two spouses met each other, fell in love, and thought they would spend the rest of their lives together. But something (or more than one thing) got in the way down that path to “happily ever after.” Regardless of the reason why or how things went wrong, a divorce is the time at which each party digs in his/her heels and seeks to obtain for himself/herself whatever he/she believes that he/she is entitled to out of the relationship as the parties say goodbye to one another — a process that is usually fraught with volatile emotions and highly-charged disputes.

The same thing happens in a business context that affects parties’ rights, obligations, and responsibilities where the harmed party is typically fired up to get out of the relationship that to which he/she believes he/she is entitled. We have represented victims in a wide variety of business disputes (sometimes referred to as “commercial litigation”) throughout the course of our legal careers. Among the types of business disputes we handle on a contingency-fee basis are:

  • Contract disputes
  • Fraud and misrepresentation
  • Partnership disputes
  • Professional malpractice
  • Fraudulent and deceptive business practices
  • Racketeering
  • Real estate disputes
  • Whistleblower claims
  • Administrative proceedings

Whether your case is deep in the trenches of litigation, preparing for mediation, or headed for trial, our experienced team of litigators and trial attorneys will formulate for you an aggressive and focused legal strategy created to provide you an advantageous result with which you will be happy.

As with nearly every case we handle, we represent clients in business litigation on a contingency fee basis. No recovery for the client in a contingency fee case means no fee for us. To discuss with us your legal matter, contact us today for a no-cost, no-obligation evaluation of your claim.

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