Commercial Litigations

There are many types of lawsuits, also called litigations. When a business is involved, it becomes corporate or commercial litigation.
Corporate Litigation is a different bet than most other types of lawsuit. Corporate litigation is not just about one business suing another. It also includes legal proceedings having anything to do with a firm or corporation, and include measures taken to avoid litigation as well as litigating and managing business disputes.
In general, corporate litigation involves a whole host of tort and contract issues. Legal problems a corporation may face over the course of its life, such as the following comes under the corporate or commercial litigation:
  • Securing agreement on wage, work hours and anti-discrimination laws
  • Protecting firms against illegal termination suits
  • Ensuring compliance with fresh accounting and corporate governance laws
  • Contesting or negotiating claims
  • Maintaining corporate tax agreement
  • Resolving labor disagreements with workforces as well as with employees and professionals
  • Violation of contract issues, mostly with other companies, whether supporting or suing
  • Tort matters, where a buyer or consumer sustains damage either from the product or the services offered
  • Corporate land issues, premises liability to disputes with landlords or regulators
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