Business and Commercial Litigation

Business and commercial litigation involves disputes between businesses and their customers, suppliers, competitors, and sometimes stakeholders in the business, such as shareholders and partners. Examples include:

  • Antitrust claims;
  • Partnership disputes;
  • Breach of contract claims;
  • Suits to enforce insurance policies; and
  • Claims under commodity trading laws.

Anyone harmed by such conduct may have a claim for money damages, but sometimes the only effective remedy is an injunction to prevent the defendant from continuing its improper behavior or other court order.

The Firm frequently brings such lawsuits on behalf of small and large companies, individuals, and classes of individuals. On occasion, the Firm also defends companies and individuals against such litigation. Details on some of the Firm’s business and commercial litigation can be found here.