New Jersey business litigation

On Behalf of | Nov 12, 2014 | Civil Litigation

Although various business disputes can be expected, dealing with these can be handled effectively to ensure that the best interests of your company are considered. It is important to recognize that approach can have an important impact on the outcome, making experienced legal input a priority. While alternative dispute resolution methods are not always effective, they can limit your risk of going to court and depending on a third party to decide the outcome. Working with a lawyer who understands your goals and needs can be essential.

There are various areas in which a business can face litigation, both from internal and external situations. It may be important to address employment disputes promptly in order to maintain morale and productivity. You may find the need for legal action to mitigate situations involving harassment or discrimination among employees. You might also need to defend your company from unfounded claims in such cases. A thorough understanding of employment law and issues is important for limiting the impact on your company.

External issues can range from contract disputes with clients to claims of infringement on intellectual properties such as trademarks. Whether you are defending against the claims of a single client or of many customers, experience can make an important difference as your legal team works to resolve disagreements or correct problems.

It is important to recognize that nearly every facet of a business involves activity that could result in legal challenges. From negotiating a rental agreement for a property to creating a service contract for delivery of goods, the details are important due to their legal implications. Our team of experienced attorneys can help as you establish guidelines that will affect your organization for years to come. You are invited to visit our business litigation page for more information on the services that we can provide.

Source: Andrew Rubin, Esq., “BUSINESS LITIGATION“, November 11, 2014

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