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Commercial Litigation

Businesses enter into myriad commercial relationships and arrangements on almost a daily basis. It, therefore, should come as no surprise that these arrangements occasionally give rise to disputes. Commercial Litigation is the process by which disputes involving businesses and their transactions are resolved through court proceedings. Business disputes arise in many different areas of business law. They can, for example, arise over issues involving:

  • Breach of contract and/or contractual interpretations
  • Employment law litigation
  • Advertising and marketing
  • Collections
  • Banking, financing, and lender liability
  • Intellectual property
  • Real estate transactions
  • Non-compete clauses
  • Commercial torts
  • Landlord/tenant
  • Officer/director liability

Many of the attorneys at Lancer Law have built businesses themselves, which gives them a unique perspective when representing business clients. Our attorneys understand that business relationships are valuable to your business. So when a dispute does arise, our attorneys think creatively to seek solutions. It is, for example, often in the best interest of the business to try to resolve the dispute short of litigation, enabling the business to salvage a valuable commercial relationship. Our attorneys will evaluate the facts and law, including the strengths and weaknesses of the case, and can help leverage this information to facilitate a settlement that’s in the best interest of the business.

When settlement is not appropriate, our litigators provide exceptional litigation services. From filing pleadings, to pretrial procedure and motion practice, through trial, our attorneys will zealously advocate for the interests of your business. Lancer Law represents both large and local businesses and organizations in business law and Commercial Litigation matters. Call today for a consultation: (520) 352-0008. Or email us at [email protected]

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