Jun 28, 2016
Litigation law refers to legal proceedings between two opposing parties. Commercial litigation refers to business disputes, and these disputes are often settled by a negotiated agreement between commercial litigators representing the parties. Typically these cases involve contractual disputes, and can be local, national or international in nature.
To prepare to meet with a Niagara lawyer in regard to a commercial litigation matter you will first need to understand your specific type of dispute and then prepare any necessary documents.
This is the most common type of commercial litigation. Examples of a breach of contract include contracted work not being completed by a certain date, a supplier delivering the wrong product or a lesser backing out of a lease agreement.
Unlawful means refers to intentional economic interference. For example, if a third party encourages, threatens or coerces one of the parties in a contract to breach that contract. Another example could be an employer hiring an employee who has a non-compete clause with another corporation.
Corporate disputes typically involve acquisitions, mergers or business divorce. These cases can be tried in court or through mediation or arbitration.
The Niagara commercial litigation lawyers of Chown, Cairns cover all areas of commercial litigation. They represent a broad range of clients at various sizes. If you are searching for a Niagara commercial litigation lawyer, learn more about the Chown, Cairns litigation law practice group.