Business Litigation Lawyers
and Eppenstein's corporate and commercial litigation
practice began with the founding of the firm in 1980, when our New
York business litigation attorneys represented an Italian
winery's interests in federal court against a U.S. distributor.
Since then, the attorneys in Eppenstein
and Eppenstein's commercial business litigation practice have represented
individuals, companies, and financial institutions engaged in a
wide range of businesses, such as insurance, banking, real estate,
art and design, distribution, manufacturing and retailing.
Problem solving and achieving satisfactory results for domestic and
international corporate and commercial clients is our goal, whether through
complex commercial litigation, settlement, arbitration or mediation.
Our mid-town Manhattan business dispute lawyers have handled litigation
in state and federal courts in New York City and the wider New York metropolitan
area, and in other jurisdictions with the assistance of local counsel. Eppenstein
and Eppenstein's work at the highest appellate levels is best
illustrated by our representation of the investors against one of the
world's largest broker dealers in a landmark case at the U.S. Supreme
Court, Shearson/American Express v. McMahon, 482 U.S. 220 (1987).
Some of the matters we have encountered in our commercial litigation
practice include partnership disputes, business dissolutions, shareholder
disputes, securities fraud, tax shelters, business fraud litigation and
other commercial torts, credit card charge-back disputes, tortious interference,
civil RICO claims, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, restrictive
employment contract covenants, distributorship disputes, commercial leasing
and real estate disputes, defamation and slander, intellectual property
and unjust enrichment.
Read more about the types of Commercial & Business
matters that Eppenstein & Eppenstein litigates.