Commercial Litigation

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Heading Toward a Lawsuit?

Are you involved in a commercial dispute? Maybe a company that supplies materials for your business is refusing to honor a contract. Maybe you were sold a faulty product. Maybe you have been accused of illegally interfering with a business relationship.

In any of these circumstances, an experienced commercial litigation attorney can help. At the law firm of Anthony E. Core, P.C., we provide skilled, savvy representation to Long Island clients involved in commercial disputes. Contact us for a free consultation.

Handling All Types of Contract & Commercial Disputes

Our firm has been providing effective commercial litigation counsel in New York since 1994. Our clients include both businesses and individuals, and we represent plaintiffs and defendants in lawsuits and pre-litigation negotiations over claims such as:

  • Breach of contract
  • Tortious interference with contractual relationships
  • Fraud
  • Debtor/creditor disputes and collections
  • Real estate disputes

All of the lawyers at our firm have extensive commercial litigation experience. As a smaller firm providing personalized service, our focus is on finding solutions to our clients' legal problems rather than dragging cases out to run up our attorneys' fees.

We will take the time to listen to your goals and then look for the quickest, most cost-effective way to resolve your case in accordance with those goals.

Exploring All Options for Resolving Your Case

We do not believe in rushing into litigation. If you have a complaint against another party, we may start by sending a letter outlining your position and desired outcome. If you are being threatened with a lawsuit, there may be a way to resolve the situation out of court.

Of course, not every situation can be resolved through informal negotiations. Our experienced trial lawyers are fully prepared to represent your interests in court and in motion practice. We will also pursue options such as arbitration and mediation when appropriate.

To discuss your case with an experienced commercial litigation attorney, contact us today.