A business or commercial litigation can be defined as a lawsuit revolving around a business transaction, between two or more parties in their bid to defend or otherwise enforce one or more of their legal rights which they feel has been infringed upon by another, for which they usually seek compensatory damages in the form of money.
It is very possible, or even likely, that from time to time, a business might be engaged in some type of litigation or the other. The very nature of business ensures this. As a matter of fact, several research studies have shown that about 36-53% of small businesses are involved in some type of litigation in any given year. If such a time ever comes and you need the services of a litigator, you can be rest assured that the lawyers of Small Business Attorney NYC can rise to the occasion for you and your business.
With several scores of successful civil litigation cases under our belt, we are extremely confident that we have the experience, resources, business and legal know-how to represent your interest during the litigation process.
We can represent you in any one of the following types of commercial litigation cases:
- Business Torts
- LLC/Partnership Disputes
- Employment/Labor Disputes
- Debtor/Creditor Disputes
- Breach of Contract
- Fraud and Misrepresentation
- Bad Faith
- Intellectual Property and Patent Infringement
While not an exhaustive list, we mention these few types of litigation to give you an idea of the broad range of business litigation cases your business can be involved in, for which we can also represent you in
Although it is usually advisable for businesses to avoid the litigation process as it can often be a rather lengthy, complex and expensive, specifically due to such things like the cost of discovery and various types of experts, we realize that sometimes it is simply unavoidable. Gladly, there can sometimes be alternative routes to litigation, namely Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR.) Something which we can also help with by way of either facilitation, or representation.
If litigation is unavoidable however and your business is facing the threat of a lawsuit, perhaps the most important thing that you should do, is to involve an experienced commercial litigation attorney as soon as possible. Such timely intervention is important to allow for the coordination, overseeing and gathering of evidence, the retention of expert witnesses, among others. All of which are critical things that need to be done to greatly increase your chances of success.