“You’ve got to know when to hold ’em Know when to fold ’em Know when to walk away And know when to run” – The immortal words of Kenny Rogers from The Gambler
Brown, LLC has an innovative, cost-effective way of approaching commercial litigation. Although most cases are taken on an hourly basis, the firm will consider contingency arrangements for certain matters or hybrid retainers as well. The firm is very selective about what cases it will litigate and is in high demand. Although we handle cases nationwide (in conjunction with local counsel depending on the venue), the bulk of commercial litigation handled by the firm is in New Jersey and New York.
The head of the firm Jason T. Brown is a former FBI Special Agent and Legal Advisor who often has a sixth sense for mapping out litigation strategy and finding a way to advance or defend cases while keeping costs under control. Mr. Brown is also a panelist (Arbitrator) with the American Arbitration Association.
It is critical to have a candid conversation with commercial litigation counsel early in the process to consider the appropriate route for the commercial dispute. The firm will give an early evaluation about the strengths and weaknesses of the case, the different venues to commence or defend the action in, whether it is advised to spend money and resources litigating the matter versus early settlement, and most importantly, why the firm has that conclusion. Thus – the quote above from Kenny Rogers – because you have to know when to hold them and stand your ground and litigate, and know when to fold them and settle.
Our firm has successfully handled a wide variety of commercial litigation matters on behalf of corporate clients resulting in many millions recovered with successful results upheld at the appellate level. Some representative matters include, but are not limited to, serving as counsel for various real estate holdings, dealing with regulatory authorities, serving as counsel for a large condominium association, commercial disputes regarding goods, services, and arrearage, and intellectual property litigation.
You should consider our firm for your business’s commercial litigation needs for the following reasons:
- Our lawyers are personable and accessible
- With a track record of success
- Frugal accurate billing records provided to the client in a timely manner monthly
- Skilled in litigation, arbitration, and alternative dispute resolution
Commercial Litigation generally refers to disputes between two companies, but representation can include dealing with regulatory authorities or business troubleshooting. Some areas of commercial litigation include:
- Breach of Contract
- Contract Disputes
- Corporate espionage
- Issues of Fraud – (New Jersey allows corporations to affirmatively invoke the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act (NJCFA) which could entitle the entity to triple damages plus attorney fees.
- Debt Collection
- Judgment Enforcement
- Domestication of Judgments
- Intellectual Property Disputes
- Partnership and/or Shareholder Disputes
- Employment Disputes
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Tortious Interference with business or a prospective opportunity
Save your company time, money and aggravation by speaking with our commercial litigation lawyers and legal team. Look like a hero by at least consulting with us and going over billing options and costs to compare. We have some of the best commercial litigation lawyers in Jersey City, New Jersey, litigating throughout New Jersey, New York and other states as well. We are looking forward to speaking with you about you and your company’s commercial lawsuit needs – call us at 1 (201) 630-0000 for a consultation.