Complex Litigation:

Commercial Litigation Defined

Business relationships and commercial transactions often turn into disputes and sometimes litigation. Commercial litigation applies to litigation or controversy related to business issues. Examples of commercial litigation include contract disputes, Uniform Commercial Code disputes, shareholder and partnership disputes, business dissolutions and employment disputes.

Commercial litigation cases can also involve the following matters:

  • Breaches of contract
  • Debt collection
  • Breaches of fiduciary duty
  • Franchise issues
  • Company mergers

Commercial litigation aims to settle business disputes without having to go to court. If you have a financial or property dispute involving a business or company, contact a commercial litigation attorney to determine what legal actions can be taken to resolve your business dispute without a trial. To speak with a commercial litigation lawyer today, fill out our free case review form on the right.