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New Jersey Business Litigation Attorneys

Litigation Lawyers Advocate For Clients In Burlington County, Camden County, Mercer County, Middlesex County and beyond

Business litigation is a field that requires an in-depth understanding of a wide range of legal issues. To successfully resolve your matter, you also need the support of a lawyer who is skilled in advocacy both inside and outside of the courtroom in order to resolve your business dispute in the most advantageous manner possible. At Dhaliwal Law Firm, our experienced litigation lawyers have the skills necessary to effectively get results for all types of clients, from individuals and small business owners to multinational corporations.  While we always use our well-honed negotiation skills to resolve your commercial litigation matter outside of the courtroom if necessary, our talented litigators stand ready to advocate on your behalf inside the courtroom.

We take a holistic approach in all commercial litigation matters, which means considering all facets of a client’s business and goals in developing our strategy in any particular case. Our lawyers advocate for clients in both state and federal court. Feel free to contact us to learn more about how we can help in your business litigation matter.

Experienced In Handling A Broad Range Of Commercial Litigation Matters

The field of commercial litigation encompasses a wide range of financial and business disputes that require the guidance of a lawyer skilled in applying the law to a diverse set of circumstances.  At Dhaliwal Law Firm, we provide strong legal advocacy for clients on a broad range of commercial litigation matters, including cases involving:

  • Breach of contract, fraud, and misrepresentation in business dealings
  • Corporate or partnership disputes
  • Commercial real estate disputes
  • Employment disputes
  • Copyright and trademark disputes
  • Unfair competition claims
  • Restrictive covenants or non-compete agreements
  • Collections
  • Breach of fiduciary duties, and
  • Business dissolution.