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Business and Commercial Litigation 

​A business relationship is typically secured by a verbal or written agreement. If the agreement is not fully performed by one of the parties, an action for breach of contract and damages may be available to the non-breaching party.  In addition to breach of contract litigation, parties in a commercial situation may be entitled to assert common law or statutory business “torts” –  a broad range of intentional and unintentional acts which cause injury to an individual or entity’s person, property or reputation. Examples include claims of fraud, misrepresentation and tortious interference with contractual relations. 


LLC lawyers have decades of combined trial and litigation experience involving the most complex types of commercial transactions and disputes.  Whether involving claims arising from breach of contract or tort, LLC’s team of experienced attorneys has the advanced litigation and strategic skill set necessary to protect and defend a wide array of business interests.


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