Business and Commercial Litigation

At one time or another, most businesses will find it necessary to defend their interests in court by enforcing the terms of a major transaction, resolving internal ownership or employment disputes, or resolving problems related to a complex real estate development. At Brown Wynn McGarry Nimeroff, we can help you avoid the need for extensive litigation through negotiation or alternative dispute resolution techniques. When litigation cannot be avoided, however, we can also represent your interests aggressively and effectively in state or federal court. Contact us for additional information about our business and commercial litigation experience.

We handle Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey business and corporate litigation involving such disputes as the following:

Ownership and succession problems in closely held corporations, partnerships, and limited liability entities
Corporate control issues between shareholders, managers, and directors
Enforcement of business purchase agreements
Employment or restrictive covenant litigation
Shareholder derivative actions
Our attorneys also represent business clients in commercial matters such as:

Collections
Secured financing disputes, including those involving personal guaranties or pledges
Problems related to commercial leases, real estate development, or construction
Enforcement of rights under licensing or distribution agreements
Any other breach of contract claim

We have represented business clients in such industries as banking, real estate, telecommunications, chemical manufacturing, and automotive manufacturing. Our goal in all business and commercial disputes is to help our clients achieve a favorable outcome as quickly and efficiently as possible. We have found that most problems can be resolved successfully at a stage well short of trial; and in many cases, without the need even to file a lawsuit.

To learn more about our experience with your company's problem, contact an experienced trial lawyer at Brown Wynn McGarry Nimeroff.