Commercial and corporate law

Commercial and corporate law

Unfortunately, litigation is often a fact of modern business life. Commercial transactions and business relationships often do not go as planned and turn into disputes that may result in costly litigation. If one is unable to resolve the dispute, the parties may find that litigation is the only way to bring finality to the matter.

What is “Commercial Litigation?”
Commercial litigation is a general term that applies to any type of litigation or controversy related to business issues. Examples of areas included under the general heading of commercial litigation include:

      • Contract disputes, including breach of contract interference with contracts or business relationships
        • Shareholder and partnership disputes
        • Breach of fiduciary duty cases
        • Disputes over corporate management and control
        • Business dissolutions
        • Employment disputes
        • Franchise disputes
        • Consumer fraud and consumer protection issues.

The list gives you an idea of the broad scope of commercial litigation. It also provides an idea of how commercial litigation matters can range from relatively simple, uncomplicated matters, to highly complex matters that could take several years to resolve. Improperly handled litigation can lead to additional, unnecessary expenses for you and your business.

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