The lawyers at Daly & Black, P.C. have handled virtually every type of complex commercial dispute, trying cases in state court, federal court, at arbitration, and have briefed and argued matters before numerous courts of appeal in our nation. We have litigated cases in bankruptcy and frequently handle matters involving international law. Many of our cases are litigated across the country, and our practice is not limited to a geographic region or practice area.
Handling Bet the Company Commercial Litigation
Commercial litigation involving business disputes is often more complicated than other civil litigation matters. Although the legal process is generally the same, as both civil and commercial cases require investigating, researching, filing suit, trying the case before a judge, and many other steps, litigation involving business entities can be legally and factually complicated, due to changing laws, larger damages, and other factors unique to the businesses involved in the matter. In these types of cases, it is essential that a business owner act quickly and preserve evidence that can strengthen his or her claim. It is also vital that they work with an attorney who has in-depth experience in these cases, and has the skill necessary to try the case should trial be necessary. Because ultimately, the lawyer’s ability to try cases, and win, puts you in the best position as a business owner to resolve your matter.
Commercial litigation involving business disputes is often more complicated than other civil litigation matters.
We Partner With You.
Our firm never charges for its time. We bet on our ability to win. We partner with you in your litigation, advance expenses, and charge a reasonable contingent fee that varies depending on the size or type of case.
- Antitrust violations
- Accounting/auditor liability
- Executive compensation
- Breach of contract
- Oil and gas disputes
- Private equity disputes
- Family/shareholder or other family trust disputes
- Class action and multidistrict litigation
- Directors’ and officers’ liability
- Engineering and construction liability
- Institutional investment frauds
- Intellectual property disputes and patent disputes
- Legal and professional malpractice
- Partnership breakups and disputes
- Securities and banking fraud
- Trade name and copyright infringement
- Trade secret theft