Commercial Disputes - Litigation

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What are commercial disputes?

Commercial disputes are disputes in a commercial context between two business entities. Commercial disputes vary in size, scope, and complexity, and include the following types of claims: antitrust, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, intellectual property, privacy, product liability, real estate, and shareholder disputes. Commercial disputes are frequently resolved through commercial dispute resolution, mediation, or commercial litigation.

What is commercial litigation?

Commercial litigation is a general term referring to litigation in the courts related to business issues. It typically involves two commercial entities which disagree on some part of a business arrangement. One or both parties may file their claims as a lawsuit and rely on the courts to settle the disagreement. Examples of the types of claims brought in commercial litigation include: antitrust, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, intellectual property, privacy, product liability, real estate, and shareholder disputes.

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