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Commercial Litigation in Troy

Aggressive Litigation for When Business Conflicts Go to Court

When legal conflicts arise in business, diplomacy does not always work to reach a resolution. When settlement attempts fail, business issues often land in court, and that’s when you need a litigator. The commercial litigators at BRMM are tough and tenacious, with decades of experience in the courtroom. They deftly navigate the complex field of commercial law for their clients.

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Decades Fighting for Business Interests

Not all attorneys are litigators, and not all law firms have experienced commercial litigators on hand. At BRMM, we have fought numerous cases in court and are not afraid to fight for our clients. Whether working with large corporations or small local businesses, BRMM can represent any side of the business litigation process.

Our litigators have helped hundreds of clients settle their business disputes of varying kinds, including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Class action suits
  • Employment disputes
  • Business dissolution
  • Partnership disputes

What Makes BRMM Different?

Our team of litigators is not afraid to fight courtroom battles whenever necessary. We can help businesses enforce their drafted laws and contracts. Keep in mind, there is a difference between business/commercial law and business/commercial litigation. Business or commercial law refers to the drafting of contracts and business documents and helping businesses become legally established. This is very different from business or commercial litigation where there is a legal conflict and you, or your business, need someone who will fight on your behalf in court.

By working with a qualified BRMM litigator, you will have the experience, knowhow, and tenacity your case needs to succeed in a business conflict. We offer free consultations to clients so they can better understand the legal options and strategies they have available.

Call (248) 494-4577 for a free consultation today. Let Barron, Rosenberg, Mayoras & Mayoras fight for you.

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