New Jersey Business Litigation Attorney | Commercial Disputes
Wayne Greenwald, P.C., represents plaintiffs and defendants in commercial litigation. We represent clients in all phases of case development from pre-claim demands to mediation, arbitration and litigation. We handle a wide range of commercial disputes, including:
- Breach of contract
- Business torts
- Partnership disputes
- Business disputes
We also represent debtors and creditors in litigation within bankruptcy proceedings, including preference actions. To speak with an experienced trial lawyer at our firm, contact our law office in New York City.
Our founder, Wayne M. Greenwald, has been representing clients in business and commercial disputes for more than 30 years. As a skilled negotiator and trial lawyer, he can provide the vigorous representation you require.
We encourage clients to consider the financial ramifications of all litigation and dispute resolution. Rather than needlessly inflaming already contentious matters, we seek creative and proactive solutions to disputes that serve our clients’ best interests. We focus on the business aspect of “business litigation.” This approach provides the most favorable outcome for clients as efficiently as possible.
Disputes may not be resolved by negotiation, mediation and other dispute resolution measures. Then, our litigation and trial experience enables us to vigorously assert our clients’ rights in court. We always seek an expedited resolution of each case. Yet, we prepare carefully for a possible trial. We pride ourselves in our ability to present complex issues in simple terms. If the tribunal can understand the issues, a better outcome is more likely.
Contact Wayne Greenwald, P.C.
To speak with a New York commercial litigation attorney, contact Wayne Greenwald, P.C., We serve clients throughout New York and across the nation. Call us at (212) 739-7599 or toll free at 888-496-1553 to contact our law office in New York City. You may also contact us online.
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