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Commercial Litigation

Unfortunately, when two or more parties cannot resolve their disputes amicably, litigation may be the only remaining option for an aggrieved party.

Civil litigation is a legal dispute between two or more parties whereby the plaintiff(s) in the action may be seeking money damages or specific performance. Our attorneys are substantially experienced in aggressively representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants in civil litigation. The civil litigation process can be complex, time consuming and intimidating to a layperson and our attorneys are trained and committed to achieving our clients’ goals. Our attorneys are also skilled in alternative dispute resolution including but not limited to, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, and facilitation. Our attorneys pride themselves in their ability to analyze complex factual and legal issues and utilize their superior written and oral advocacy skills to present our clients’ case.

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Recent Commercial Litigation Articles

10Nov 16
Website Lawyer, Corey Silverstein Reminds You to Have Your Online Business Reviewed for Legal Compliance

Website Lawyer, Corey Silverstein Reminds You to Have Your Online Business Reviewed for Legal Compliance

There are far too many online business operators that are not taking legal compliance seriously enough and subjecting themselves to potential liability. A commercial website is still a business regardless of the fact that its home is the world wide web, instead of a traditional brick and mortar facility. In its October 2014 Web Server Survey, NetCraft confirmed that there are over 1 billion websites on the world wide web today. If you think that governments and enforcement agencies across the world have not taken notice of this fact, then you are kidding yourself. In the United States, federal agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) are prosecuting website operators at an increasing rate with more severe penalties. State attorneys are exercising subpoena power and commencing enforcement actions more than ever before and the United States has not been shy about seizing websites that are suspected of violating applicable…

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09Mar 15
It’s Not Just Legal Jargon!

It’s Not Just Legal Jargon!

Don’t overlook provisions for Choice of Law, Forum Selection and Arbitration About a month ago, I started thinking about topics to cover in this column and right about the same time I had to upgrade to the latest version of Microsoft Office. As I was installing the software, a message popped up on my monitor that asked me whether I had read and understood the terms and conditions of the software upgrade. I can honestly say that I didn’t spend any more than 3 seconds reading the terms and conditions before I checked the box and proceeded with the installation. Seriously, does the average user actually spend the 10 hours it would take to read the 300-page document? No way! The average user wants to get on with the installation and use the damned software. Somewhere around the “Your installation is 35% complete” mark, the topic of this month’s article…

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