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New York City Business Dispute Lawyers

Resolving Conflicts Big & Small for Your Company’s Benefit

No matter how well your business runs normally or how long your company has been in business, all it takes is one serious business dispute to disrupt everything. Failing to resolve a business dispute well can unravel your company’s reputation, lose trust between executives and shareholders, and, perhaps worst of all, dig into your profits. When you want to make certain your business dispute is handled correctly and resolves in a way that considers what is best for your business, you want the help of Ehrlich, Petriello, Gudin & Plaza, Attorneys at Law in New York City.

First founded back in 1955, our law firm has been helping businesses and company heads overcome legal complications ever since. As a mid-sized law firm, we have the resources and staff required to represent and provide counsel to members of major corporations and owners of small businesses alike. In other words, we are the comprehensive team you’ll want to resolve your business dispute.

Begin discussing strategies and ideas with our team today. Just dial (973) 828-0203 to begin.

Find Your Footing During a Business Dispute

The worst thing about many business disputes is they arise between two parties that once trusted each other implicitly. Discovering that your business partner is now butting heads with you, for example, can understandably set you off balance. You may feel tempted to concede to their demands to keep them happy or, oppositely, you may feel incited by the perceived betrayal and not want to hear what they have to say at all.

It is the goal of our NYC business dispute attorneys to guide you through a business dispute and help you act and think clearly. From start to finish, we will be there to provide counsel, ideas, and more support.

We help resolve all types of business disputes that arise for a variety of reasons, such as:

  • Bank challenges business over troubled investment
  • Employees commit embezzlement or theft
  • Executive ignores fiduciary duties to others or entire company
  • Minor shareholders are “frozen out”
  • Partner is accused of or accuses another of fraud
  • Partner misuses funds due to professional negligence
  • Partner steals funds, embezzles, or otherwise commit funds
  • Shareholders dispute control of business or majority

Contact us at any time to learn more about how our business law attorneys can help resolve your company’s serious business dispute.

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