Commercial Litigation

Commercial Litigation


Commercial litigation is the process of resolving disputes between two or more business entities through the legal process of filing and defending a lawsuit in court or through mediation or arbitration.

Whether you are concerned about enforcing an agreement by filing a lawsuit, are the victim of or accused of commercial fraud, or need defending in a suit filed against you or your business, we are ready to aggressively protect your interests in a variety of commercial litigation matters. While coming to a resolution prior to trial is more advantageous, there are times that trial is unavoidable. Contact the Miami commercial litigation attorneys at Xander Law Group to schedule a free consultation to learn about your legal options. Miami commercial litigation law firm Xander Law Group and its attorneys have the experience necessary to protect your interests in Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County and beyond, including international disputes. Our attorneys have litigated matters across the country and complex international disputes in other countries.

The Xander Law Group can help with any of the following commercial litigation issues:

  • Demand Letters and Pre-Suit Negotiations
  • Settlement Agreements
  • Civil Complaints
  • Answering Civil Complaints
  • Breach of Contract
  • Breaches of Promissory Notes
  • Commercial Real Estate Disputes
  • Commercial Fraud
  • Defamation
  • Business Tort
  • Complex Litigation
  • Non-Compete Breaches
  • Replevin
  • Theft of Intellectual Property
  • Trademark Disputes
  • Any Other Commercial Litigation Matter

The commercial litigation process begins before litigation when a dispute arises over a commercial transaction or business dealing between two or more businesses. It is critical to get a competent assessment of your business’s rights, obligations and exposure prior to embarking on the lengthy, costly, uncertain path of litigation or arbitration. Often, settlements are attainable before a lawsuit or demand for arbitration is ever filed. At Xander Law group, we will carefully consider your business interests in advising you whether to settle a matter or engage in litigation or arbitration.

Corporate and business litigation involves legal disputes where negotiations have failed to keep the controversy out of the courthouse or off the arbitrator’s docket. While mediation or arbitration may impact a lawsuit on its way to trial, once a lawsuit has been filed the matter must be prepared for trial.

Any dispute, complaint, lawsuit, or legal contest that proceeds through the judicial process to be decided by a court is litigation. Litigation encompasses any legal argument that is not settled by the concerned parties through alternate dispute resolutions such as an agreement or arbitration prior to being heard by a judge and/or jury in a court of law.

Litigation is used as an effective means to settle civil disputes between individuals, any form of business entity, and any type of association or organization or any combination of such. However, if settlement negotiations fail, trial is unavoidable. While trial is often avoidable, it is the natural conclusion of the litigation process, and you must be prepared with experienced litigators representing your business interests.

Xander Law Group stands by its clients to offer the best representation available in defense or prosecution of our clients’ case. Miami commercial litigation attorneys at Xander Law Group are committed to offering our clients the upmost professional and dedicated representation. We ensure no stone is left unturned or opportunity is lost in the defense or prosecution of their case.

Call Miami commercial litigation firm Xander Law Group at (305) 767-2001 today for all of your Miami commercial litigation needs and for a free consultation. The Miami commercial litigation attorneys at Xander Law Group can help you throughout the entire process. We will work with you to ensure your rights are protected and the best possible outcome for your situation.

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