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Your company is involved in a contract dispute. Your legal situation seems to be overwhelming and is distracting you from your business. You need experienced attorneys you can trust to protect your interests.
The NEPA commercial litigation attorneys at Hourigan, Kluger & Quinn handle disputes involving many matters including contracts, property rights, corporate management control, real estate, zoning, use and land management disputes. In addition, our business lawyers assist clients in employee-related cases, will contests, competency disputes, guardianship proceedings and in seeking or defending injunctions.
Commercial litigation is a type of lawsuit that settles a dispute between two or more parties who are involved in a business or commercial transaction.
Types of Commercial Litigation
Corporate Management Control
Estate and Trust Issues
PA Real Estate Tax Assessment Disputes
PA Real Estate Transactions
Zoning and Land Management
What is a Commercial Dispute?
Commercial disputes can involve contracts, business torts, bankruptcy, shareholder disputes, and more. Commercial disputes typically involve businesses, such as corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, or state-licensed professionals, such as doctors, lawyers, and accountants.
What is a Commercial Tort?
A commercial tort is a business tort, such as a breach of contract.
What is a Business Tort?
What Is a Shareholder Dispute?
A business tort is a civil wrong. A business tort may be a negligent act, such as an intentional act, like invasion of privacy.
A shareholder dispute is a dispute between a shareholder/member and the company, such as a corporation or a limited liability company, that they own stock in, or a dispute among shareholders or members. A shareholder dispute typically involves a dispute about a company’s financial performance, a change in management, one party wishing to exit the business relationship or a change in the company’s direction.
What Is a Breach of Contract?
A breach of contract is a violation of a legal obligation to perform a promise. A breach of contract is typically filed by the injured party or their legal representative.