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What is Federal Commercial Litigation?

Federal commercial litigation involves any type of dispute that might arise in a business context. A few examples of these disputes include: 

  • Breach of Contract 
  • Partnership and Joint Venture Disputes 
  • Class Actions 
  • Business Torts
  • Civil RICO Claims 
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty Allegations
  • Shareholder Issues 

Since the list of potential commercial litigation cases is near-endless, reaching out to a commercial litigator for a case evaluation will be exceedingly helpful in your search for resolution. Commercial litigation can range from needing private arbitrations to administrative hearings that might involve businesses or government agencies engaging in disputes. Additionally, commercial litigation is a lawsuit that is filed between parties where no criminal charges are involved.

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What Would be Considered a Violation of Federal Commercial Law?

Commercial litigation occurs when a dispute occurs between one or more parties. We’ll do extensive research, get involved in settlement negotiations, and, if necessary, go up against a judge or jury to try your case. You can seek representation for violations regarding: 

  • Contract Law 
  • Property Law 
  • Corporate Law 
  • Intellectual Property 
  • Tax Law 
  • Negotiable Instrument Law 
  • Uniform Commercial Code

What Happens if My Rights are Violated Under Federal Commercial Law?

Since there are so many things that might resolve in a commercial dispute, a large amount of commercial litigation is settled before going to court. Therefore, hiring an experienced litigator to handle your case will help get you the best settlement possible. 

Once you’ve retained an attorney, they’ll investigate, research applicable law, and begin settlement negotiations. Additionally, they’ll file the lawsuit, conduct discovery, participate in motion practice, go to court to try the case, file any motions that need to occur post-trial, and do anything else that might be required depending on your case. 

Should I Hire a Federal Commercial Lawyer?

Hiring a federal commercial lawyer ensures that business and other transactions are protected and any documentation of recorded violations are valid. We’ll do extensive research, get involved in settlement negotiations, and, if necessary, go up against a judge or jury to try your case.

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