Getting Results In Business Litigation

There is no practical or economically viable way to avoid every possible dispute while still staying in business. What matters is not so much why you have disputes, but how you handle them.

Ideally, the attorney or law firm you’ve chosen to represent you will be able to negotiate an acceptable resolution outside of court or, in the mediation or arbitration settings. That said — these approaches do not always work and are not always appropriate. In those cases, business litigation becomes a necessary risk.

The key to success at any stage of the dispute resolution process is to have a lawyer who knows you and your business, and who has demonstrated the experience and courtroom skills needed to prevail in commercial litigation.

At the law offices of Andrew Rubin, Attorney at Law, that is what you will find. For personal attention and real world trial experience regarding any type of business dispute in Essex County, Bergen County, Morris County, Passaic County or northern New Jersey — we encourage you to get in touch with us at the earliest convenient opportunity.

Our Business Litigation Practice

Practicing law since 1979, Andrew Rubin brings a depth of knowledge and breadth of business law experience to his practice. What truly sets us apart, however, is the fact that at our firm clients have the opportunity to work directly with an experienced attorney at all times and have the confidence that comes with knowing they will be personally represented by that same attorney throughout.

Our practice includes matters involving:

  • Shareholder litigation
  • Partnership disputes
  • Warranty disputes
  • Breach of contract claims
  • Employment disputes
  • Real estate disputes
  • Appeals

Contact Information

To schedule an initial consultation — call our offices in Montclair, New Jersey, at 973-718-2239. You can also contact us online at any time.

Evening and weekend appointments are available by request. We also offer flexible fee arrangements tailored to the client’s circumstances and the legal matter to be addressed.