Resolving Business Disputes

A business litigation attorney can assist with various legal issues for company owners.

Because I was a successful business owner for 18 years, I understand that, unfortunately, potentially costly business disagreements and lawsuits can arise. As an attorney, I represent businesses and their owners and operators in a wide variety of business disputes and litigation.

For help resolving a business dispute, please contact my Springfield, New Jersey office to discuss your legal options.Contact to discuss your legal options. Call (973) 921-0600 for a consultation.

Why You May Need a Business Litigation Attorney

The types of disputes and litigation that can arise include:

  • Employment disputes
  • Real estate and commercial property disputes,
  • Breach of contract disputes,
  • Business name and trade name misappropriation,
  • Minority shareholder/owner abuse and oppression,
  • Business fraud,
  • Consumer fraud and unfair trade practices,
  • Commercial collections,
  • Unfair competition,
  • Breach of fiduciary duty,
  • Defamation and disparagement, and
  • Interference with contractual and economic relationships.

Do you think you may need a business litigation attorney? Contact my Springfield office.

Minimizing the impact of litigation

Successful litigation requires zealous representation. Although I represent my clients zealously, I recognize that litigation is expensive and distracting, and lawsuits can expose a business to large damage awards and harmful publicity. Therefore, when appropriate, I do not disregard the logic, cost effectiveness, and possible preference for exploring and pursuing pre-litigation strategies, alternate methods of dispute resolution, and expeditious and practical settlement strategies.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative dispute resolution can avoid court costs.

Alternative dispute resolution can avoid court costs.The use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has become very popular for many reasons including the ones enumerated above. Mediation and arbitration are forms of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). In mediation, mediators attempt to facilitate reconciliation between or among the parties. Arbitration more closely resembles litigation. In arbitration, arbitrators, as opposed to judges and juries, act as neutral third parties to hear the evidence and decide the case. Their decisions can be binding or non-binding. Although ADR can save all parties time and expense, there are disadvantages to ADR. ADR is not appropriate for all types of disputes. I help businesses and professional practices plan for, and navigate through, the ADR process.

Contact my New Jersey law office at (973) 921-0600 to discuss your pending or potential lawsuit or dispute. I respond promptly to all inquiries. Evening and weekend appointments, as well as appointments at your office or facility, can be arranged.