Protecting Your Interests Efficiently and Cost-Effectively
As much as you might try to avoid the risk and costs of litigation, owning or operating a business means that there will likely come a time when you have to protect your business’s success and future by asserting or defending its interests in court.
If that time is on the horizon or has already arrived, rely on the experienced commercial litigation attorneys at Resnick Law to provide dedicated and aggressive legal advocacy on your behalf.
To schedule an initial consultation, call us directly at 248.642.5400 or contact us online.
What are the potential risks and rewards of litigating?
Are there reasonable alternatives to going to court? Our lawyers do a thorough analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of each case as soon as possible and give clients the information needed to fairly evaluate their options and determine the best course of action to pursue.
Serving clients throughout Southeast Michigan, our firm represents a wide variety of clients in commercial litigation matters at both the state and federal court levels. Representative issues include:
- Contract disputes (common law and UCC);
- Partnership and shareholder disputes;
- Employment discrimination, harassment and wrongful termination claims;
- Business dissolutions;
- Real estate-related disputes involving buy-sell agreements, homeowners’ association covenants, boundary lines, property tax assessments, zoning issues and more;
- Construction defect and lien litigation and
- Business bankruptcy
Although we are often able to leverage the experience and success our firm has had in the courtroom into solid results at the negotiating table, we are also up to the challenge of protecting our clients’ interests in court.
Recognized and respected by our peers for the top quality legal work and determination we exhibit at trial, much of our corporate and commercial litigation practice is based on referrals from other Michigan attorneys and law firms.
Call us at 248.642.5400 or contact us online about your commercial litigation concerns today.