Commercial Litigation

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Commercial Litigation Frequently Asked Questions

What is Commercial Litigation?

A civil lawsuit is a lawsuit between two or more parties over a non-criminal legal dispute. This kind of legal dispute is formally called a civil action. Every time there are two or more parties involved in a non-criminal legal dispute, what results is considered to be civil litigation.

Typically in civil litigation the Plaintiff (the party that is suing) is seeking either to enforce or defend a legal right. The Defendant (the party that is being sued) will often offer up some sort of an action (specific performance.

How is Commercial Litigation Different from Other Types of Litigation?

The main difference between commercial and corporate litigation is who the parties are. Because there are business actors involved, the issues tend to be more complex or more specialized.

Many commercial litigation cases are filed in federal court, and some of these cases can be class actions, multi-district lawsuits, or both.

What is the difference between Commercial Litigation versus Civil Litigation?

Civil litigation is a dispute between parties that seek monetary damages in order to enforce or defend a legal right. Many different types of disputes may fall under this category, such as contract, tort law, and criminal cases.

When companies have problems with each other, the litigation is typically referred to as commercial litigation. A common question is whether a commercial dispute is different from a conventional lawsuit. The answer is both yes and no.

Commercial litigation differs from other civil lawsuits in that businesses are involved rather than individuals. The issues are very specialized, and the legalities are often more complex. Federal court is often used, as well as class action and multi-district litigation.

What Do Commercial Litigators Do?

A commercial litigation attorney is a lawyer with special training and expertise in the practice of business law. They specialize in hard-hitting cases meant to deliver justice to corporations, businesses, and individuals.

What are examples of Commercial Litigation?

There are many different kinds of lawsuits, ranging from anti-trust to environmental. Some of the most common types of litigation include antitrust law suits, copyright infringement cases, consumer protection lawsuits, patent infringement suits, and trade secret cases.

  • Antitrust Cases
  • Aviation Disputes
  • Bad Faith Cases
  • Breach of Contract Actions
  • Breach of Duty Cases
  • Class Action Lawsuits
  • Employment Cases
  • Intellectual Property (IP) and Patent Infringement Cases
  • Product Liability Claims
  • Securities Litigation
  • Tax Disputes
  • Trade Secret Lawsuits
  • Unfair Competition Actions
What does a Commercial Litigation Lawyer do?

A commercial litigation lawyer is a specialist who represents a company in a legal dispute with another. The litigator’s purpose is to protect the company’s interest and obtain the best outcome for the company.

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