Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation involves controversy related to the conduct of business. Examples include the following:

  • Breach of contract
  • Business ownership disputes
  • Qui Tam litigation
  • Whistleblower litigation
  • Insurance coverage disputes
  • Contracts
  • Partnerships and joint ventures
  • Breach of warranty
  • Products liability
  • Construction disputes
  • Purchase and sales contracts
  • Failure to perform services
  • Commercial lease disputes
  • Unfair competition
  • Intellectual property
  • Fraud
  • Dissolution

The plaintiff and/or defendant can be an individual, corporation, or a partnership. In many of the cases, evidence is complex, involving business records, contracts, and other documents. Other matters can be resolved simply and efficiently by modifying agreements or through arbitration or mediation.

Craft & Sheppard is pragmatic and will align the legal solution to the needs and objectives of the company. We recommend litigation only after careful and serious consideration of the economic best interests of our clients. Once that decision is made, we sit down with our clients to create a litigation plan and budget which is both aggressive and results-oriented.

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