Commercial Litigation covers a broad spectrum. Examples: employment discrimination claims, breach of contract suits, collections, claims by lending institutions, landlord and tenant matters, injunctions to enforce restrictive covenants, mortgage foreclosures, foreclosure defense, mechanics’ lien foreclosures, enforcing employment contracts, corporate or partnership dissolutions, shareholder actions, real estate partition suits, and lawsuits for specific performance for the purchase of real estate.
Divorce Law and Family Law
Divorce Law and Family Law includes dissolution of marriage actions as well as contested child custody cases, domestic violence matters, adoptions, paternity claims, post-judgment divorce proceedings, pre-nuptial agreements, contested decedent’s estates, guardianship estates and minor’s estates.
Personal Injury cases include claims made for bodily injury, wrongful death and property damage as the result of the negligence of someone else. Examples: automobile, motorcycle, train and airplane accidents, professional malpractice, dram shop actions (liquor liability), premises liability cases, work-related injuries, product liability claims, defamation claims, uninsured or underinsured motorist arbitrations, and related insurance issues.
Business and Corporate Law
Business and Corporate Law includes business formation, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies, employment law issues, contracts and any other issues related to operation of a business.
Real Estate Law
Real Estate Law includes purchase and sale of real estate, both commercial and residential, leases and any litigation arising from real estate transaction.
Probate Law includes estate planning, wills, trusts and related litigation.
Municipal Law includes the representations of municipal corporations and their commissions as well as the representation of individuals before municipal boards or commissions, including zoning and land use matters, disciplinary hearings, business and liquor license proceedings and condemnations lawsuits.