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Commercial Litigation - Representing Your Business Interests 

​Sometimes business disputes can be resolved with a frank discussion that ends in a handshake. Other times all it takes is a strongly worded letter. Sometimes, however, more aggressive actions - such as mediation, arbitration, or litigation - are necessary. 

The experienced, strategic-minded attorneys at the Albergo Law Group know when and how to take the softer, lighter approach and when to take the aggressive, heavy-handed approach. That is because, at our core, we are problem solvers. We help solve our client's problems efficiently. For business owners and independent contractors, that means approaching business disputes with a keen eye toward not only resolving the dispute in your favor, but doing so in the most cost-effective manner, in line with your business needs and goals.

We represent clients big and small, from mom-and-pop shops to large corporations, in a wide range of industries, and on both sides of the "v." - plaintiffs and defendants. We have built a reputation for being aggressive but fair, thorough but efficient, and plain-spoken but highly professional. From simple "cost of doing business" lawsuits to complex "bet the company" lawsuits, whether in state or federal court, at the trial or appellate level, our work ethic and work product don't change.  

Our attorneys handle all aspects of what we call "business dispute resolution," from informal, pre-litigation negotiations to mediation, arbitration, and litigation through trial, appeals, and post-judgment collection efforts. This last aspect - post-judgment collection - is the most important one and yet it is so often overlooked. After all, what good is the piece of paper declaring you the winner entitled to a certain sum of money when you can't actually collect that money? 

That's what sets us apart from most firms. While some firms focus on cookie-cutter cases looking for quick, pre-litigation settlements; others deal exclusively with pre-trial litigation; others only get involved when the case goes to trial; and still others specialize in appeals - the Albergo Law Group can do it all, including the sometimes frustrating and complicated process of chasing your opponents around to get the money they owe you into your business checking account.

Some of the commercial litigation we regularly handle includes the following types of cases:​

  • Breach of Contract

  • Breach of Fiduciary Duty

  • Fraud (including Consumer Fraud Act and other statutory fraud actions)

  • Oppressed minority shareholder claims

  • Whistleblower/Qui Tam actions

  • Wage-hour and other labor-related disputes

  • Unfair competition and tortious interference

  • Fraudulent transfer actions

  • Violations of restrictive covenants and injunctions

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