Frequently Asked Questions
What is commercial litigation?
Commercial litigation refers to the legal action that resolves business transaction disagreements. Having an experienced lawyer who has commercial litigation skills is vital to the ultimate success of a case. Our team of New York commercial litigation lawyers has the insight and resources to handle all kinds of commercial litigation matters. With several office locations, we also serve clients in New Jersey and New Hampshire.
What is the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC)?
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is what governs commercial transactions in the U.S. The UCC contains laws that apply to many aspects of business transactions, such as letters of credit, bulk transfers, leases, sales, and secured transactions. Our firm is very knowledgeable regarding the UCC and can help you understand your rights.
Why should you choose to be represented by our firm?
When it comes to delivering individualized attention, our firm is hard to beat. We wish to help our clients reach their short-term and long-term goals, which is why we are determined to secure the most positive outcomes possible. Our firm’s leading attorney, Russell Friedman, has more than 30 years of experience, which demonstrates our ability to provide well-versed legal services. We also proudly offer free case evaluations so that our prospective clients can obtain initial legal counsel at no cost.
What kinds of commercial litigation matters do you handle?
Commercial litigation encompasses many kinds of cases, such as leases, secured transactions, sale of goods, and breach of contract. After carefully assessing the details of your case, we will recommend the strongest course of action and help you take the necessary steps towards an effective resolution. We don’t shy away from a challenge, which is evident by our impressive and proven track record.
Will my case need to be resolved in court?
In the event we cannot resolve your case behind closed doors, we are ready and willing to take your case to court. We will make effective use of any evidence that is available and create a strategy that is creative and innovative specifically for your case. Our mission is to protect your business interests until the very end.