Commercial Litigation FAQs

Commercial Litigation FAQs

What is Commercial Litigation? Watch the videos below to learn about arbitration, breach of contract, and the commercial litigation process.

Can my commercial litigation case be heard in Federal court?

Can I appeal my commercial case if I am unhappy with the results?

How long does a plaintiff have to bring a commercial lawsuit against a defendant?

I was sued. What should I do?

How long will my commercial litigation lawsuit take?

What are some examples of employment disputes?

What are some common types of complex commercial litigation?

What are defamation, libel, and slander?

What constitutes a contract?

What can a plaintiff recover in a commercial lawsuit?

What are the steps in the commercial litigation process?

What is a breach of contract and what damages can I recover in the event of a breach of contract?

What is mediation?

What is involved when litigating a commercial or business issue?

What is commercial litigation?

What is breach of contract?

What is arbitration?

What is alternative dispute resolution?

Will my commercial case settle out of court?

Will I be reimbursed for my attorney fees and costs if I win?

Why should I hire a commercial litigation lawyer?

Who pays the expenses of commercial litigation?

Who decides a case in commercial litigation?

What should I do if I am involved in a commercial litigation dispute?

What is the difference between mediation and arbitration?