Commercial Litigation

Commercial Litigation

The Law Offices of Neal Brickman, P.C., has consistently obtained superior results for clients involved in complex and oftentimes contentious commercial litigation. While small in size, the sophisticated advocacy that we have provided, and the successes we have achieved rivals our larger counterparts. Being fully aware that our clients have a bottom line to adhere to, we represent them with both dedication and cost-effectiveness.

Specific areas of our commercial litigation practice at The Law Offices of Neal Brickman, P.C., includes the following areas:

Partnership and Shareholder Disputes

With significant amounts of money, if not the future of a company, at stake, internal disputes can disrupt operations and devalue a company. Specific areas of our practice in resolving partnership and shareholder disputes encompasses:

  • Oppression of minority shareholders
  • Dissolution of partnerships
  • Buy-outs
  • Restructuring

Fraudulent Conveyance Litigation

Fraudulent conveyance is an avoidance action to bypass debts. Prior to bankruptcy, a company pays bonuses to senior-level staff. Invoices billed to a specific division of an insolvent company are paid by a different internal division.

Financial problems do not have to spell the end of a business. Bankruptcy exists for businesses to resolve debt problems while maintaining operations. However, those involved with the proceedings and the process must abide by law that prevents the security of assets to avoid paying just debts.

Contract Disputes

With a reputation for sophisticated representation coupled with attention to the smallest of details, our legal counsel draft complex business documents. Our focus is on enforceable contracts to protect our clients’ business interests and rights should a contract violation occur. Disputes often occur related to the interpretation of a contract or the alleged breach of a contractual obligation.

In addition to the areas listed above involving our practice of commercial litigation, we also represent clients in bankruptcy trustee litigation and legal and accounting malpractice lawsuits.

The firm has a growing and sophisticated commercial litigation practice and yet, owing to its small size, has the ability to concentrate diligently on its matters in order to produce the best possible result at more flexible legal fees. We invite you to contact our law firm by calling 212-986-6840. At that time, we will be pleased to provide personal references and an initial consultation without commitment or obligation on your part.