At Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens, LLP, our experienced attorneys handle commercial litigation in a comprehensive, cost-effective fashion in order to forward our clients’ goals and protect their interests. Approaching a commercial litigation matter from an analytical, objective viewpoint allows our attorneys to successfully represent our clients’ interests while arriving at a solution that yields tangible results.
Frequently commercial litigation matters call for innovative plans of action in order to achieve the desired result. Our ability to “think outside the box” comes from our extensive experience in this field and our track record of success through our years of practice. Clients can rely upon our diligence and integrity as we defend their rights and protect their assets. We know that a single lawsuit carries with it the potential danger to bring down an entire company – particularly in the economic downturn many corporations throughout the United States are currently experiencing.
The firm has represented a diverse group of clients in litigation matters across multiple industries, including banks, factors and other lenders, business corporations, venture capital funds, special purpose investment funds, insurance companies, business corporations, foreign receivers and liquidators. The firm is licensed to litigate complex commercial cases in various state, federal and bankruptcy courts in New York and New Jersey, and has appeared in matters throughout the United States.
At Klestadt Winters Jureller Southard & Stevens, LLP, our commercial litigation practice encompasses a myriad of areas of litigation. While settlement of such matters often can be the most practical result, we nonetheless have extensive experience in handling complex motions and trials in commercial disputes involving such issues as:
- Asset purchase agreements
- License agreements
- Secured party sales
- Stock purchase agreements
- Shareholder operating agreements
- Financing and factoring agreements
- License and supply agreements
- Business acquisition agreements
- Commercial disputes
- Partnership disputes
- Commercial claims
- Joint venture relationships
- Business fraud
- Breach of contract
- Securities litigation