Jacksonville Commercial Litigation Lawyers
Get Strong Advocacy from Experienced Civil Trial Attorneys
Commercial litigation is a type of civil litigation that generally involves business entities. It is often referred to as business litigation. The issues surrounding these types of lawsuits are generally specialized to the individual type of business involved and are often complex matters that may take months or years to resolve in court.
In some cases, they are filed in federal court as opposed to state court. Federal court cases often contain class action lawsuits or multi-district lawsuits. As in other types of litigation, they are based on various types of disputes between parties arising within a commercial or business context.
At the Law Offices Of Fred Tromberg, our experienced team of Jacksonville commercial litigation attorneys represent business owners and entities of all kinds in these matters. Our firm’s founder, Attorney Fred Tromberg, is a Florida Board-Certified Civil Trial Lawyer who has conducted numerous civil trials to completion.
Board certification represents the highest level of training, experience, and professionalism that an attorney can attain; fewer than five percent of all Florida attorneys attain this achievement in their chosen practice area. As a result, you can be confident that your litigated matter will be in the hands of an expert civil trial lawyer.
Commercial Litigation Cases in Florida
In any commercial dispute, your rights and best interests as a company may be threatened. Even minor disputes, if not resolved swiftly, can become problematic and grow into a lawsuit that will require a legal strategy based on the issue, your needs, and objectives.
At the Law Offices Of Fred Tromberg, we use our 60 years of combined experience to create strategies designed to give you the best solution. Our legal team is known for its aggressive litigation abilities and capacity for resolving complex disputes.
Commercial litigation matters can cover a broad scope of issues, ranging from the simple to the highly complex. For example, a simple failure to fulfill any legal obligation as a commercial enterprise can lead to a dispute.
Any dispute that involves a business entity operating under state or federal regulations that remains unresolved can then result in a lawsuit. On the other hand, if any person or business engages in actions that violate your rights, you may need to take legal action to protect those rights and seek damages.
Cases We Handle
Business issues related to commercial litigation can include:
- Breach of contract and other contract disputes
- Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) disputes
- Corporate management disputes
- Antitrust actions
- Insurance law
- Shareholder disputes
- Partnership disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Employment law disputes
- Consumer fraud issues
- Franchise disputes
- Real estate transaction disputes
- Lender liability issues and other banking issues
- Intellectual property disputes
- Business dissolution
- Defective product claims
- Construction defect claims
- Breach of warranty claims
- Civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) claims
- General business tort matters
- We are always seeking a full measure of justice, nothing less.
- We fight for your rights within the bounds of the law.
- We represent our clients the way we would want to be represented ourselves.
- We fight for fair and adequate compensation to those who have sustained losses through no fault of their own.
- Our overriding goal is to maximize your recovery.
Turn to Proven Civil Trial Lawyers at the Law Offices Of Fred TrombergIf you are facing any type of commercial dispute, it is strongly advisable to be represented by a proven law firm. Our firm provides highly-professional legal help in all types of complex commercial litigation. Your case may be resolved through negotiated settlement or arbitration. However, if these methods fail, we have the knowledge and experience as civil trial lawyers to aggressively litigate your case in court.
We represent our clients the way we would like to be represented: with the utmost care and respect along with a committed application of all of our knowledge, resources, and abilities.