Business Disputes
Business disputes and commercial litigation encompass a wide variety of claims and defenses asserted in the context of business transactions. Such transactions are often contractual in nature and involve legal issues such as contract formation and interpretation, breach of contract, legal excuse for nonperformance, as well as legal remedies and damages.

Other business disputes are not contractual in nature but may involve conduct subjecting a party to liability such as intentional interference with a business relationship. Other lawsuits involve claims between current or former co-owners of business entities.

These claims often arise in the context of the termination of a business, or the ownership rights of a business owner. Other types of commercial litigation include commercial collections and determining the validity and priority of lien interests in personal property.