Business & Commercial Litigation
The Advocacy You Need When so Much is at Stake
Business and Commercial Litigation has been a core area of Gross Shuman's practice since its founding in 1959. Our attorneys have unmatched experience representing clients in business litigation concerning contracts, construction, mechanics liens, bond claims, the Uniform Commercial Code, insurance coverage, fraudulent transfer claims, manufacturer representative and distributorship matters, commercial real estate and leases, secured creditor claims, misappropriation of trade secrets and proprietary information, unfair competition, breach of employee non-disclosure, non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, shareholder derivative actions, dissolution proceedings, interference with business relationships and contracts, breach of fiduciary duty, professional liability, as well as insurance agents and brokers errors and omissions matters.
Gross Shuman brings this wealth of experience to every litigation matter it handles for a client. Our attorneys have taken cases to trial in every Federal and State Court in Western New York, as well as courts and administrative agencies across the country. Our firm also has extensive experience in representing clients on appeal and in alternative dispute resolution forums, including arbitration and mediation.
Regardless of the size or complexity of the business dispute, Gross Shuman strives to secure a favorable outcome for every client in a cost-effective manner. While we represent major national and international corporations, our commercial litigation attorneys also regularly represent closely held businesses as well as individuals embroiled in commercial disputes.
While litigation of a commercial matter is rarely pleasant, you can be assured that Gross, Shuman will be a valuable ally in protecting your business interests when a commercial dispute arises.
For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding commercial litigation that involves allegations of unfair competition, please contact us.