Business Law & Commercial Litigation

PRACTICE AREA CONTACTS: Matthew D. Berkowitz, Samantha Lewis, Tina M. Maiolo, and Thomas L. McCally

Carr Maloney counsels clients of all sizes from sole proprietorships to publicly traded corporations. For those clients coming to us with a new business vision, we advise on the best organizational structure to suit all of their current and future business needs. For our established business clients, we direct them through potential legal quagmires that necessarily arise from operations, employee/labor relations, insurance dealings, business planning, commercial transactions, and regulatory mandates. Additionally, we guide our clients through the complicated processes of business successor planning, mergers, acquisitions and dissolutions.

In some cases, disputes simply cannot be resolved amicably. In those instances, Carr Maloney litigates commercial matters aggressively, efficiently and effectively. We have successfully tried a multitude of such cases through verdict. Those cases run the gamut of business and commercial issues, including: breach of contract, covenants not to compete, tortious interference with contracts and business expectancies, shareholder disputes, partnership disputes, intellectual property, ERISA, Uniform Trade Secrets Act, breach of fiduciary duty, indemnification, civil conspiracy, financial disputes, business dissolution and other employment and related claims. While Carr Maloney’s attorneys are comfortable in the courtroom, we are equally adept at resolving matters through alternative dispute resolution. We are sensitive to our client’s economic concerns and, when in the client’s best interests, resolve matters through mediation, arbitration or other cost-effective means.

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Among our national and local business and commercial clients are:

  • Accounting Firms
  • Car Dealerships
  • Closely Held Businesses
  • Construction Companies
  • Educational Institutions (including tenure claims)
  • Entertainment Venues
  • Financial Institutions
  • Fortune 100 Companies
  • Health Care Providers
  • Hospitality Industry
  • Hospitals
  • Law Firms
  • Manufacturers
  • Non-profit Organizations
  • Property Management
  • Real Estate Companies
  • Religious Institutions
  • Restaurants
  • Trade Associations