New Jersey Business Dispute Lawyers
The civil litigation department of Kaufman, Semeraro & Leibman, LLP encompasses such legal matters as the following:
- Contract disputes
- Breach of contract
- Land use disputes
- Landlord-commercial tenant disputes
- Residential landlord/tenant disputes
- Real estate brokers’ commissions disputes
- Business-to-business transactions and disputes
- Technology disputes
Unlocking the Key to a Favorable End to a Dispute
Often, the key to resolution of a commercial dispute lies in a “needle in the haystack” to be excavated from hundreds or thousands of pages of documents. Kaufman, Semeraro & Leibman is up to the challenge. Our lawyers handle complex litigation adeptly, representing commercial landlords, property owners and businesses engaged in the purchase, sale or lease of goods and services. Call or e-mail the law firm to schedule a consultation.
Handling Contracts, Zoning, Land Use, Employment Law, Real Estate
We handle a variety of different substantive areas of the law pertaining primarily to business and commerce, including but not limited to contract disputes, condemnation proceedings, zoning/land use, prerogative writs, environmental law, employment law, unfair competition and real estate litigation issues on behalf of institutional clients, small businesses, real estate brokers and agents, private individuals, as well as government entities.
In Charge of Commercial Litigation: at Trial, Arbitration or Mediation
Our litigation attorneys represent clients in all aspects of commercial litigation. We manage all stages of litigation from inception to trial, counseling clients and providing strategy from the early stages of an investigation, through pre-trial discovery matters and trial. We are versed in emergency relief procedures such as temporary restraining orders and preliminary injunctions.
Our attorneys also have considerable experience arbitrating and mediating commercial disputes before the American Arbitration Association. Inquiries from potential clients are welcome anytime. Contact us to request an appointment with a Fort Lee business and commercial law attorney.