Our attorneys are seasoned trial lawyers. We have tried numerous cases to verdicts before juries, judges and arbitrators in state and federal courts. Our clients regularly rely on us to try their most complex and "high–stakes" disputes to verdict. While we understand that most disputes do not proceed to trial, we treat every case as if it will proceed to trial. Our attorneys employ an integrated business and legal approach to understanding not only the dispute for which we have been entrusted to handle, but how the outcome will affect the client's business as a whole.
We regularly represent individuals and business organizations, both domestic and international, in complex commercial litigation at the state and federal level, involving:
- Partnership Disputes
- Contract Disputes
- Business Divorce
- Employment Disputes and Restrictive Covenants
- Unfair Business Competition Claims
- Intellectual Property Disputes
- Business Torts
- Construction Disputes
- Real Estate Transactions
- Public Contract Procurement
- Accounting Liability
- Securities Fraud
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Adversarial Bankruptcy Proceedings
- New Jersey False Claims Act
- Consumer Fraud
We take time to learn the client's business operation, goals, and financial means to conduct a protracted legal battle. Armed with that information, we are able to construct a comprehensive, yet cost–effective, litigation plan. In many instances, a client's interests are best served by avoiding litigation entirely. Our attorneys have a proven ability to analyze the factual underpinnings of a case and, if warranted, counsel clients to quickly resolve a dispute without formal litigation and while achieving their business goals.
Our clients span a broad range of industries including automobile sales and service, health care, bulk liquid handling services, marine salvage and dredging, import/export, real estate development, government contracting, hotels, energy, education, solid waste collection and disposal, recycling, information services, manufacturing and distribution, accounting, securities, as well as not–for–profit organizations, public entities.