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Business litigators may specialize in areas such as intellectual property or corporate structure. Business litigation attorneys primarily advise business clients in a broad range of non-criminal litigation, including issues involving contracts, disputes, liabilities, partnerships, and shareholders. Attorney’s ultimate goal is to advance our clients’ interests. The attorney understands that a client’s business plan, balance sheet, and competitive profile are critical elements for successfully positioning litigation matters from the outset. Attorneys are committed to developing solutions to help our clients solve their toughest problems and Attorney’s approach each new challenge as an urgent business matter to be resolved expeditiously and cost-effectively. Attorneys specialize in work for clients across all industries with respect to disputes including:


Breach of Contract/Fiduciary Duty

Business Torts

Partnership Disputes

Private Deals/Post-Closing Disputes

Bad Faith Litigation

Regulatory Investigations and Litigation

Privacy & Cyber Security

Restrictive Covenant/Trade Secret Litigation

Insurance Disputes

Bankruptcy Adversary Proceedings

3Ways a Commercial Litigation Attorney Can Help You:

Protection of business interests -

Commercial litigation attorneys are focused on protecting business interests.

Specialization of focus -

Commercial litigation attorneys focus on...well...commercial litigation — which means you don't have to.

Expertise in commercial litigation -

Commercial litigation attorneys can help determine whether litigation is the right course of action.

Certain skills and knowledge are essential to litigation practice. Key legal skills include:

Knowledge of substantive and procedural law

Strong written and oral advocacy skills

Analytical and logical reasoning abilities

Ability to synthesize complex legal and factual materials

Superior interpersonal skills

Knowledge of legal research techniques and software

Client development skills

Negotiation skills

Litigations Lawyer obligations

A litigation lawyer is someone who will represent and protect your interests when there is a brawl below is an overview of the diverse tasks litigation lawyers undertake during the course of litigation. These tasks vary based on the nature of the dispute, the experience level of the attorney and whether the litigation attorney is representing the plaintiff or defendant.

Manage all phases of the litigation process:

Initial Case Investigation/ Appraisal -

Petition - Litigation attorneys/lawyers draft a variety of petition and motions on behalf of the defendant. Defending lawyers will draft a notice and complaint to commence the lawsuit. Defense lawyers cooperate with the client to investigate the accusations of the lawsuit and formulate responses.

Finding - The Finding process involves the exchange of relevant information between the parties. Litigation attorneys employ a variety of finding devices to gain information relevant to the lawsuit. These devices include disquisition, depositions, requests for production and requests for admission.

Pre-Trial - In the weeks before trial, litigation lawyers wrap up finding and prepare for trial. In the pre-trial stage, litigators consult with and advise clients; retain expert witnesses; attend pretrial conferences and develop a trial strategy based on the facts and evidence.

Trial - At trial, litigation attorneys conduct advise dire, select a tribunal and present their case in court. Litigation attorneys present opening and closing statements, examine and cross-examine witnesses and craft a persuasive story for the fact-finder (judge or tribunal) through testimony and evidence. Litigation attorneys also prepare tribunal instructions and conduct post-trial interviews of the tribunal.

Settlement - Most cases never reach trial but instead are settled in order to eliminate the risk and expense of a trial. Litigation lawyers may settle a case at any time during the life cycle of the litigation.

Appeal - Finally, after what can amount to years in the pretrial stages of litigation, the merits of the case will be heard by the judge or a jury. Witnesses will be called to testify, evidentiary exhibits will be submitted, and the attorneys for both sides will present an argument as to why their clients deserve to win. A jury trial can potentially stretch on for weeks, and when it is over, the losing party will still have the right to appeal, which is almost certain to happen if a large money judgment is awarded to the winner.