Our law firm handles business and commercial litigation matters. We are ready to represent you as a Defendant or a Plaintiff in most commercial disputes that could happen in a business environment. This area of the law essentially involves the resolution of disputes arising in the corporate and commercial sectors. Any litigation matter can have a serious impact on you or your business.
Legal disputes can be draining emotionally and financially. It is vital that you have capable legal counsel at your side so that you know your interests will be protected. You will appreciate the prompt and convenient service offered by our staff coupled with Ron’s decades of experience as a litigator and mediator in having the ability to give you the counsel you need.
- Commercial property transactions
- Buying and selling businesses
- Other real estate transactions
- Trusts and estates litigation
- Insurance disputes
- Civil fraud
- Debt collections
- Contract disputes
- Construction issues
- Shareholder litigation
- Consumer fraud allegations
- Corporate governance
- Partnership disputes
- Representation at mediation
- Enforcement of promissory note
- Employment agreements
What Is the Difference Between Commercial and Other Property Transactions?
Under the law, there is a distinction between a commercial property transaction and those for other real estate. In general, a transaction for other real estate will be the transfer of a property that is not intended to generate a profit. The most common type of transaction will be the buying and selling of a house. A commercial property transaction is therefore when you buy or sell a piece of real estate or business that is intended to generate a profit for the owner.
It’s simple to tell the difference between the two. You just have to figure out if the property or business you are buying or selling is intended to make money or profit. So, if you sell a farm, restaurant, or office, you are most likely engaged in a commercial transaction and need a knowledgeable and experienced lawyer.
What Is Shareholder Litigation?
In shareholder litigation, the shareholder of a company is either bringing action against someone within the business or is being charged by the company with some sort of crime. Shareholders hold a special place in corporate law. They are considered the owners of a business but often do not have a say in the day to day activities of the company. When they want to effect change, they appoint directors. When these directors don’t behave appropriately, they can launch a shareholder derivative suit.
To understand the unique position of shareholders and their legal rights and obligations, it’s important to have knowledgeable lawyers and legal staff like us who can help you navigate the difficulties.
We can help walk you through the process of all types of real estate transactions, especially if you are concerned about the status of your property and what your rights and obligations are under federal and state law. We provide the experience, expertise, and empathy to address your legal needs.