Miami Commercial Litigation Lawyers
With all the agreements, relationships, and transactions that are a part of doing business in Florida, it is quite possible that your company will run into a dispute at some point in time. Commercial litigation can be intensely complicated and time-consuming, especially when you should be focused on running your business.
At Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum Bluestein, LLP, our Miami commercial litigation lawyers have spent many years honing our litigation skills, both in the courtroom and behind the scenes. Please contact our firm at 305-371-2692 to hear more about how we can help at any stage of a lawsuit and in almost any area of commercial litigation, regardless of which side.
Protecting Your Interests in All Commercial Litigation Matters
The field of commercial litigation covers an enormous number of legal actions that can arise out of any type of business relationship, transaction, contract, or other issues. Our Miami commercial litigation attorneys tackle a wide range of scenarios involving commercial litigation, including:
Agreements, whether written or not, are central to your business operations. When you need legal help enforcing your contractual rights or defending your company’s interests, you can trust our lawyers to assist with a dispute. Franchise agreements, financing
Florida’s Uniform Commercial Code governs an extensive array of commercial transactions, including sales, leases, secured transactions, negotiable instruments, and much more. One key article that can be the focus of a commercial dispute is the section regarding the sale of goods, which contains very specific provisions on contract formation, performance, modifications, and remedies. Because of the complexities, lawsuits over UCC transactions are common.
Tortious Interference Lawsuits:
When there is misconduct in a business transaction or relationship, a company may have a claim for tortious interference. Florida organizations do have rights to seek relief when a business interferes with a contract, and may even have rights with respect to a prospective economic advantage.
Corporate Governance and Internal Disputes:
In some situations, commercial litigation results from some dispute within a company. Owners, officers, key employees, and shareholders all have legal rights and responsibilities; failure to comply with their obligations can give rise to a lawsuit. One common example is litigation to address a breach of fiduciary duty or conflict of interest, which affects the interests of shareholders. Other potential areas of dispute may involve disagreements over mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, dissolution, and related business dealings.
Antitrust Enforcement Litigation:
There are antitrust statues at the state and federal level to prevent formation of monopolies, collusion, and other anticompetitive restraints on trade. Though government officials are empowered with enforcement authority, it is sometimes necessary to take matters into your own hands. Fortunately, the law allows you to seek damages and equitable relief through a private antitrust lawsuit.
It is always our goal to avoid expensive commercial litigation by providing solid, knowledgeable advice to guide your business operations. However, if legal action becomes necessary, we have the experience and litigation skills to represent you in court.
Solid Representation in Commercial Litigation
At Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum Bluestein, LLP, we assist at all stages of litigation and are deeply involved with every aspect of the process. Our work starts even before filing a lawsuit, as we attempt to help you work through disputes through negotiation and productive discussions. We will be at your side if mediation, arbitration, or other alternative dispute resolutions is required by law, or where parties opt in.
If litigation is imminent, we are prepared to apply our knowledge and skills to such tasks as:
- Drafting initial filings, including a plaintiff’s complaint or defendant’s answer, as appropriate;
- Engaging in motion practice to narrow down key legal questions and eliminate superfluous issues;
- Preparing and responding to discovery requests;
- Representing you at depositions;
- Conducting depositions of key players on the opposing side;
- Attending all court conferences, hearings, and other appearances;
- Planning for trial and getting you ready for the witness stand;
- Conducting the trial, including jury selection, opening and closing arguments; and,
- Any follow up, such as appeals or other post-trial activities.
Discuss Your Case with a Miami Commercial Litigation Attorney Today
Whether you are considering filing a lawsuit or expecting to be served in a case, skilled representation is critical as early on in the commercial litigation process as possible. Your business interests are at stake and your reputation is on the line. Please contact Dolan Dobrinsky Rosenblum Bluestein, LLP to schedule a consultation regarding your rights, remedies, and concerns. We offer flexible fee arrangements, so we are willing to discuss hourly or contingency billing. You can reach our firm by calling 305-371-2692 to speak with a Miami commercial litigation lawyer.
Trusting Words From Our Clients
“I have used Manuel Dobrinsky and he is more than excellent. Great communication. More than effective. It was a fantastic support for me having him during my process. Also I can say the best Lawyer I ever had.”J. Cordero
“I was not able to get anyone on the west coast of Florida to look at my case. Manny Dobrinsky took my case and won a settlement for me. He was very thorough and worked hard for me. His assistant Dameris was always there to help me and answer my questions. I was very pleased with this group.”Susan Curtis
“I endorse this lawyer's work. Manny is one of the brightest trial attorneys that I know. He is an incredibly hard worker and always strives to achieve the best results for his clients. He excels in the Courtroom as well. I would recommend him without reservation.”A. Weinstein
“The very best there is! Great, talented lawyers, considerate, your best at heart, true human beings.”Y. Garcia