There are many reasons why a New York LLC or corporation can find itself involved in a business litigation over a contract dispute, breach of contract or issues with suppliers and creditors. Litigation is one of the most expensive and time consuming distractions to effective business operations. It is important to resolve disputes in the shortest possible timeframe and in the best interests of your company in order to keep your company moving forward toward accomplishing business goals.
I have helped to resolve thousands of business disputes for our clients over decades of service to the New York business community. I understand that the best solution to the problem may be to negotiate a settlement, and move forward. The longer a dispute continues, the greater the expense to your company and the contingent liability associated with that issue. When it isn't possible to negotiate an effective solution in our client's best interests, we aggressively pursue all options to protect our clients and achieve a successful outcome in the case.
Local Representation for Out of State Companies With New York Contract Issues
If your company or corporation has dealings with a business in New York City and Long Island and a contract or other dispute has arisen, my law firm will represent your interests locally. New York courts have a much longer time to resolve than most other states, and business litigation can extend across years. Even when you believe you are totally in the right and hold all the cards, there may be other strategies to resolve the business litigation that free up necessary capital and assets. We understand that lawsuits and contract disputes distract corporate members and shareholders from the primary business focus of their company. We will work closely with you to aggressively protect your interests while bringing valuable expertise in New York law and the local business landscape.
Here is a list of the typical type of cases that I handle. Of course, there are literally thousands of different causes of action and your case may not be listed.
- Breach of Contract
- Breach Of Fiduciary Duty
- Breach Of Implied Covenant Of Good Faith And Fair Dealing
- Business Torts
- Commercial collections
- Corporate dissolution
- Interference With a Contract
- Interference With Prospective Advantage
- Negligent Misrepresentation
- Oppressed minority shareholder disputes
- Unjust Enrichment