Commercial Arbitration

commercial arbitration : arbitration by which disputes arising out of business contracts or transactions may be settled out of court by a special tribunal

-Meridian Webster Dictionary

Commercial arbitration is a specific area of law that concerns itself with legal disputes involving companies or commercial businesses. The disputes between these entities are typically enshrouded in financial and property disagreements. 

To quell these situations, an attorney or commercial litigator aids these businesses and other related entities in the field of commercial litigation. The major concern of commercial litigation is to attempt to find a settlement for disputes that arise between businesses. To do this, commercial litigation aims to find a common ground or a settlement that avoids a court case. 

Main types of disputes:

  • Breach of Contract & Quasi Contract
  • Negligence
  • Deceptive Business Practices
  • Tortious Interference With Contract
  • Securities Fraud
  • Racketeering
  • Insurance
  • Partnership Disputes

Our mission is to help our clients resolve their business disputes while maintaining the most profits possible. We will determine the potential risks, costs, and benefits of litigation and counsel.