Business/Commercial Dispute Resolution
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Nothing can upend the time and effort you have put into building your business or company like having to get involved in a business or commercial dispute. If you are facing a business/commercial dispute for the first time, the entire process can seem daunting. In particular, you may be told that you will have to participate in mediation or arbitration, without fully understanding what those entail. When you have a commercial or business dispute, you need experienced, skilled legal representation in your corner that will fight to protect your rights and interests and ensure you receive the best possible outcome in your dispute.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, our business/commercial dispute resolution attorneys have helped business owners and companies in Union County and throughout New Jersey efficiently and effectively resolve their disputes for more than 25 years. Our experienced attorneys bring their expertise to each matter to protect our clients’ rights and interests and to help our clients secure a favorable outcome in their business/commercial dispute. Our lawyers are highly skilled litigators who have been awarded and certified for their excellence and results. As a result, when you choose our firm to help you with your business or commercial dispute, you can expect that we will handle your matter with the care and skill that you and your business deserve.
When you need help with a business/commercial dispute resolution, turn to the attorneys of Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan. Contact us today for an initial case review to discuss your legal rights and options and to learn more about how our firm can help you achieve a favorable resolution to your dispute.
When you face a conflict in your business or commercial dealings, you may end up in a dispute resolution process. At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, our attorneys can be effective representatives and advocates for you in all kinds of dispute resolution processes, including:
It is important to remember that dispute resolution cannot take place without the consent and participation of both parties. If you or your business needs help with business/commercial dispute resolution, our firm stands ready to be effective advocates for your rights and interests.
At Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan, we recognize the impact that having to deal with a commercial or business dispute can have on your company. That is why our attorneys work towards dispute resolutions that will not only lead to a favorable outcome for you and your business but also allow you to get back to focusing on growing your business as quickly as possible. Our attorneys can help you explore dispute resolution measures that will allow you to resolve your company’s dispute with as little time and cost as possible. We are prepared to work as hard as necessary to put you and your company in the best position to grow and succeed.
If you or your business is facing the prospect of a dispute or you are already in a commercial dispute with another party, you don’t have to face the dispute alone. Let an experienced business/commercial dispute resolution attorney advocate on your behalf and help protect your rights and interests. Contact Bramnick, Rodriguez, Grabas, Arnold & Mangan today to schedule an initial case review to discuss the details of your dispute with one of our skilled attorneys and learn more about how our firm can help you achieve a favorable resolution or outcome from your dispute.
Most business or commercial disputes are resolved long before trial or before they see the inside of a courtroom. While many cases can be resolved via negotiation between the parties, in some cases the parties may choose to engage in alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or arbitration. And many business or commercial disputes arising from contractual relationships may be required to be submitted to mediation or arbitration, if the parties’ contract includes an alternative dispute resolution clause.
Although it can be difficult to receive advice that a settlement is in your or your company’s best interest when you firmly believe that you are in the right, in some cases a settlement, even if you are in the right or the other party is in the wrong, is the more sound business decision. The settlement allows all parties to avoid the time and expense of going to court or to trial, and to avoid the uncertainty that comes with leaving the resolution of your case to a judge or jury — even if you think your position is right, a judge or a jury may see the case much differently.