Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation may be necessary when your business has been deceived or finds itself in conflict. Commercial litigation takes resources away from your business and before taking a case to trial, a business should consider the benefits and risks. A Commercial litigation case can involve:

  • Breach of contract and contract interpretation
  • Business disputes
  • Shareholder and partnership disputes
  • Business Negligence
  • Collection of amounts due
  • Actions for worthless checks and civil theft
  • Violation of restrictive covenants and trade secrets
  • Non-compete clauses — restrictive covenants on employee contracts
  • Commercial and residential lease disputes, commercial land development
  • Defamation (including trade libel)
  • Tortious interference with business relationships
  • Deceptive and unfair business practices
  • Unfair trade practices
  • UCC litigation (sales, banking, bills and notes, security interests)
  • Environmental contamination law
  • Conversion (theft/embezzlement)