Commercial Litigation Attorney
Longman & Van Grack’s civil litigation attorneys are familiar all types of commercial disputes, business disputes, complex legal matter. Our Firm’s commercial litigation attorneys handle cases throughout Maryland, DC, and Virginia.
Legal business disputes and needing the assistance of a commercial litigation attorney is not an area where you hope your business will have to address in any context whatsoever. Usually when businesses was formed, the focus of the business is primarily on making that business work and not on what would occur if a legal dispute arose in the future. Unfortunately, legal business disputes that require a commercial litigation attorney are not a rare part of business operations. Legal commercial disputes can arise for a variety of reasons and in many different contexts. From closely held business to large enterprises, corporations to LLCs, each commercial litigation lawyer at Longman & Van Grack has the experience and expertise necessary to help you find a fair and permanent solution to your complex Maryland business dispute, Washington, DC business dispute, and Virginia business dispute so you can get back to business. We have offices in Rockville, Maryland; Bethesda, Maryland; Washington, DC; and Virginia to meet with you at your convenience.
The commercial litigation attorneys at Longman & Van Grack have served as plaintiff and defense counsel for large corporations, small businesses, company executives, and individuals in a variety of situations in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC. Our commercial litigation lawyers have also worked with clients in a wide variety of industries and can draw from a range of past experiences to craft a solution that fits each of our clients specific situations. Our business litigation attorney practice group has represented clients in business conflicts regarding the direction the organization is headed and the means of getting there. We have also represented clients in intellectual property and unfair competition disputes and conflicts involving mergers or succession planning.
The Maryland, DC, and Virginia business litigation lawyers at Longman & Van Grack are adept at handling many different legal disputes involving contractual and business relationships with other companies as well as defending our clients against lawsuits from other companies, business partners, clients, and individuals. Most businesses will face external business legal disputes with customers, clients, former employees, government agencies, service providers, vendors and others. It is Longman & Van Grack’s business to help you resolve the situation as quickly and smoothly as possible so you can get back to your business.
The manner in which a business dispute is resolved in Maryland, DC, or Virginia can have an enormous impact on your business going forward. Our firm has experience with negotiated, mediated, and litigated responses in Maryland, DC, and Virginia, so we can offer advice as to which method of resolution may work best for you. As each case progresses, our lawyers involve our clients in discussions about the benefits and risk of the dispute resolution strategy we have crafted so that our clients remain in control. It is of the utmost importance that we act in accordance with our client’s business objectives.
Regardless of the means used to resolve your issue, you can rest assured that each commercial litigation attorney at Longman & Van Grack will aggressively represent your interests to maximize your recovery or minimize your liability exposure. Our commercial litigation lawyers’ goal is to help you to protect the work product and relationships you have built or contributed to so you can move forward with your business.
No matter your size, no matter your situation, no matter your preferred method of resolution, contact Longman & Van Grack today if you are a searching for a fair and lasting solution to your business dispute or commercial litigation matter. Call (301) 291-5027 today to schedule a consultation in one of our offices in Maryland (Rockville or Bethesda), Virginia, or Washington, DC.