COMMERCIAL LITIGATION

What is Litigation?

Litigation is the process of taking a case through court. The litigation or legal process is most common in civil lawsuits. In litigation, there is a plaintiff (one who brings the charge) and a defendant (one against whom the charge is brought).


What is Commercial Litigation?

Commercial Litigation is in general any type of legal controversy related to business issues. 

Commercial litigation covers all business conflicts, including the drafting of contracts and agreements.


What does Commercial Litigation include?


Examples of types of cases that fall under Commercial Litigation: 


  • Breaches of contract

  • Class actions

  • ERISA 

  • Employment disputes

  • Business dissolution

  • Interference with business relationships

  • Disputes over non-compete clauses

  • Civil RICO

  • Breach of fiduciary duty

  • Franchise issues

  • Shareholder issues

  • Partnership disputes

  • Debt collection