Business Litigation                                                

• Breach of Contract, Commercial Fraud

• Intellectual Property Infringement, Unfair Competition

• Interference with Business Relations

• Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Business litigation is a broad term that includes a variety of contractual and tort claims.  Examples of business claims include breach of contract, fraud, tortuous interference with contract, breach of fiduciary duty, infringement of intellectual property rights, and unfair competition.

In 2011 I helped a talented business executive recover $180,000.00 in bonuses that were wrongfully withheld from him based on altered documents and incorrect corporate tax returns.  In 2010, I helped an investor of antique firearms recover $220,000.00 in damages for firearms that did not have the qualities and characteristics that were represented by the seller.  

I have successfully represented clients with claims involving breach of contract, intentional interference with business relations, breach of fiduciary duty, and fraud.  I also regularly advise small and mid-sized business in litigation matters