Navigating the complexities of commercial litigation requires the guidance of a skilled commercial litigator. That’ is where Nematzadeh PLLC steps in. The Firm is well-equipped to handle a wide range of complex commercial disputes. We understand the nuances of business law and have the negotiation and trial skills to navigate the legal system. No matter the business conflict, you can trust our team to handle your case diligently and professionally.
Why You Need a Commercial Litigation Attorney
Types of Commercial Litigation that Nematzadeh PLLC Handles
Commercial litigation refers to legal disputes between businesses, between businesses and government regulators, between businesses and individuals, or among individuals within a business. Our dedicated attorneys are highly experienced in handling commercial litigation arising from several areas of law, including, without limitation, those described below.
Business torts involve wrongful acts by one party against another, resulting in economic harm. We leverage our deep understanding of business tort law to provide strategic, effective representation in cases involving tortious interference, defamation, libel, slander, false advertising, unfair competition, and more.
Contract disputes, including, without limitation, breach of contract claims, disputes over contract interpretation, breaches of the covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and non-performance, are a common basis for commercial litigation. The Firm has successfully handled numerous contract disputes. And the Firm has handled numerous disputes concerning real estate transactions. Whether through pre-litigation negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or in court, we work diligently to protect and advance our clients’ rights and interests.
Fraud and Misrepresentation
Fraud and misrepresentation claims arise when a party intentionally deceives another in a business transaction. Our experienced commercial litigation attorneys have the knowledge and skill to represent plaintiffs and defendants in matters concerning fraud.
Partnership disputes can occur when disagreements arise between business partners, potentially jeopardizing the success and viability of the business. The Firm assists clients in resolving partnership disputes through pre-litigation negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or litigation.
Conflicts among shareholders can have lasting repercussions for a business. Our commercial litigation attorneys are well-versed in handling shareholder disputes related to shareholder agreements, voting rights, dividend distribution, and corporate governance.
Business divorce refers to the dissolution of a business relationship. The Firm has the experience to guide clients through the complexities of business dissolution, addressing issues such as asset division, debt allocation, and protecting intellectual property rights.
Deceptive Trade Practices
Deceptive trade practices involve unfair or deceptive business practices that harm consumers or other businesses. Our attorneys vigorously advocate for clients who have been harmed by deceptive trade practices and strive to hold parties accountable. And we are well-equipped to represent companies in defending against such claims.
Tortious interference occurs when a third party intentionally interferes with an existing contractual or future business relationship. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in tortious interference matters.
We have comprehensive knowledge of federal and state employment law, and we represent both employers and employees in resolving complex employment disputes arising from discrimination, harassment, contract disputes, wrongful termination, and retaliation.
The Firm represents both plaintiffs and defendants in intellectual property litigation, including, without limitation, disputes concerning copyrights, trademarks, trade dress, trade secrets, contracts, licensing, non-disclosure agreements, and royalty disputes. We are also experienced in deceptive and unfair advertising litigation, as well as cases involving the Lanham Act of 1946 (15 U.S.C. § 1051) and state unfair competition laws. You can learn more about our practice on our Intellectual Property Page.
Mediation is often a voluntary process in which a neutral mediator assists the parties in reaching a mutually agreeable resolution. Our attorneys are skilled negotiators who effectively guide our clients through business mediation. Above all, we work to find common ground and explore creative solutions that benefit all parties involved without the need for protracted litigation, while striving to exceed our clients’ goals. You can learn more about our Mediation practice on our Alternative Dispute Resolution Page.
Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution method in which an arbitrator or panel makes a binding decision on the case. Our attorneys have extensive experience representing clients in arbitration proceedings. We prepare compelling arguments, present evidence, and advocate for our clients to achieve favorable outcomes. You can learn more about our Arbitration practice on our Alternative Dispute Resolution Page.
When negotiation, mediation, or arbitration are not viable options, our experienced trial lawyers are fully prepared to litigate. We meticulously prepare our cases, conduct thorough legal research, and present compelling oral arguments at trial and appeal. The Firm has a proven track record of achieving successful outcomes in state and federal courts across the country, including in complex commercial multidistrict and class action litigation.
We understand that no two cases are the same and tailor our approach to each client’s unique needs and goals. When you become our client, you can trust us to provide personalized attention, strategic advice, and aggressive representation throughout the legal process. We strive to build long-term relationships and partnerships by delivering important, lasting results, while being nimble with creative legal-fee structures to fit our clients’ budgets, including, without limitation, hourly, fixed, capped, hybrid, and contingency fees.
If you are facing a business dispute, having a skilled commercial litigation attorney is critical. Whether you are dealing with contract disputes, fraud allegations, partnership conflicts, employment issues, or any other business-related dispute. Contact Nematzadeh PLLC by calling 646-417-8424 or emailing email@example.com for a confidential, free consultation. We can creatively formulate hybrid legal fees, including, without limitation, hourly, fixed, or contingency fees, to best align and partner long-term with our clients.