New Jersey Commercial Litigation Attorneys
Commercial litigation is any type of legal controversy having to do with business issues. It is more specific than business law, which includes the writing of contracts and agreements.
Our commercial litigation attorneys have extensive experience in handling such matters. Our trial lawyers regularly represent individuals, corporations, partnerships and public entities. We have extensive experience in handling appeals in state and federal courts, and our commercial litigation attorneys have appeared before the New Jersey Supreme Court multiple times.
Read about our recent commercial litigation settlement in the landmark case of Ravin Sarasohn vs. Lowenstein Sandler involving claims of unfair competition and breach of fiduciary duty by one New Jersey law firm against another New Jersey law firm. Other examples of our wins include a $15.75 million settlement against a multi-national corporation, a $7.25 million settlement against one of the largest actuarial firms in the world, and a $2 million breach of fiduciary settlement.
The matters handled by our attorneys include, but are not limited to, breach of contracts, unfair competition, tortious interference, restrictive covenants, corporate and partnership disputes, shareholder derivative claims, class actions, fraud, mismanagement, civil RICO, breach of fiduciary duty, bankruptcy creditor’s rights, and collection actions. Over the years, our commercial litigation teams regularly litigated claims involving millions of dollars in losses to individuals, corporations, and public entities. Our clients range from single individuals to multi-national corporations.
Unlike most commercial litigation law firms, we are creative on our fee arrangements, quite often taking cases in New Jersey on a contingency or partial contingency basis/partial hourly basis. This allows us to share the risk with our clients.
If you would like to discuss a commercial litigation matter, please contact Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman and one of our experienced New Jersey commercial litigation attorneys will contact you within twenty-four hours to discuss your case.