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The attorneys in our Commercial Litigation department have vast experience in commercial contract disputes at the state and federal levels as well as in mediation and arbitration proceedings. We understand that litigation can divert resources and attention from a client's core business functions; and, to mitigate the burdens our clients face, we offer value-driven and goal-oriented representation focused on achieving timely, practical and cost-effective resolutions. The lawyers in our commercial contracts practice group pride themselves on their ability to efficiently achieve favorable results in contentious disputes, whether this means negotiating an out-of-court settlement or presenting a strategic case at trial.

Experienced Litigation Counsel for Commercial Contract Dispute Resolution

Our well-established commercial contracts disputes practice group represents clients in litigation and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) proceedings involving a broad range of issues. The practice group’s experience includes successfully representing companies of all sizes, utilities and telecommunications companies, colleges, universities, financial institutions, and other clients in matters including:

  • Business disputes
  • Construction contract disputes
  • Directors and officers (DandO) and errors and omissions (EandO) coverage litigation
  • Employment contract disputes
  • General breach of contract claims
  • Intellectual property ownership and infringement claims
  • Loan defaults
  • Real estate disputes, including restrictive covenant actions

We also routinely counsel clients regarding the potential litigation-related implications of contract provisions and provide representation for the preparation and execution of commercial agreements and the closing of large-scale transactions. When representing clients in connection with the negotiation and closing of manufacturing, sales representative, supply, computer, factoring, licensing, distribution and other agreements, we offer a prompt analysis of potential claims in order to help our clients make informed decisions about initiating or defending against litigation both prior to and after closing.