Commercial transactions can give rise to commercial disputes. Commercial disputes often turn into litigation, as the parties turn to the courts for resolution of the dispute. Litigation is a fact of modern business life. When you are faced with commercial litigation issues, you need the assistance of experienced commercial litigation attorneys.

Commercial litigation takes in any type of litigation or controversy related to the conduct of business. The term is a broad one, and covers every type of dispute a business might find itself involved in. Examples of areas included under the general term "commercial litigation" include:

  • Debt collections;
  • Contract disputes;
  • Antitrust actions;
  • Consumer fraud allegations;

The Law Offices of Bob Nehoray has substantial business litigation experience and a reputation for no-nonsense, result-oriented, and cost effective representation. We handle disputes involving such claims as breach of contract, defamation, employment law, false advertising, fraud, debt collection, and misrepresentation. We never lose sight of the fact that the quicker we resolve a problem for you, the quicker you can return to business. Early intervention and / or resolution of unavoidable business disputes can often lead to less time, money and emotions spent on litigation. If litigation is required, our experience, reasonable, but assertive approach, and success with case dispositive motions will greatly enhance the likelihood of pre-trial resolution or post-trial success.

At the Law Offices of Bob Nehoray, we strive to understand your business objectives, anticipate your needs, achieve your goals, and exceed your expectations. If you would like to speak with an experienced business litigation attorney about your business needs, contact the Law Offices of Bob Nehoray today.







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