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Experienced Illinois Attorneys Assisting Businesses with Commercial Litigation Matters

There are numerous situations where businesses may encounter disputes, and they may need to take legal action to protect their rights in these cases. These disputes often involve complex legal issues and large sums of money, and they can be very difficult to resolve without the help of an experienced attorney. To ensure that these matters will be addressed correctly, businesses should secure legal help from a law firm that provides commercial litigation services.

Teller, Levit & Silvertrust, P.C. represents multiple types of businesses in commercial lawsuits and other legal disputes. We work with everyone from Fortune 500 companies to sole proprietorships and other small businesses. We work to help our clients resolve disputes by analyzing the facts of a case and determining the legal options that are available. We research the applicable laws and develop strategies for pursuing claims on behalf of plaintiffs or helping defendants respond correctly to claims made by others. While we can negotiate with the other side to try to reach fair settlements, if matters cannot be resolved outside of court, we are prepared to zealously advocate on behalf of our clients during litigation.

Legal Issues That May Be Addressed Through Commercial Litigation

Businesses may pursue civil lawsuits in situations where they have suffered losses or other damages due to unfair or unlawful practices, when they need to recover money owed to them by another party, or in multiple other types of cases. At our law firm, we have over 100 years experience handling commercial litigation cases of all types. We can assist with cases involving issues such as:

  • Contract disputes - If one party to a business contract is accused of breaching the contract, the other party may take action to address this issue. A party may seek to recover compensation for financial losses that they suffered due to the breach, require the other party to fulfill the contract's terms, or ask the court to put other remedies in place.
  • Fraud, misrepresentation, or unjust enrichment - A business may pursue commercial litigation if another party has committed an act of fraud or other violations that have caused the business to suffer losses.
  • Breach of fiduciary duty - Business partners or other parties may be held to a fiduciary duty when they handle assets or make decisions on behalf of others. If these duties are breached, commercial litigation may be necessary to recover compensation for losses that occurred or to force a party to comply with their legal requirements.
  • Tortious interference - A commercial lawsuit may address allegations of unfair or unlawful interference with commercial relationships. If a person or business is accused of attempting to interfere with another company's prospective business deals, commercial litigation may attempt to recover compensation for losses or prohibit a person from taking further harmful actions.
  • Commercial debt collection and creditors' rights - A business may need to take legal action to recover money owed for unpaid receivables and other business debts. Commercial litigation may also be used to enforce judgments in these cases.

Contact Our Illinois Commercial Litigation Attorneys

At Teller, Levit & Silvertrust, P.C., we have experience assisting businesses with commercial litigation matters of all types. Whether you are involved in a contract dispute, need to collect commercial receivables, or are looking to resolve other legal disputes, we can help you explore your legal options and find a resolution that works for you. We provide arbitration and mediation services to help resolve these matters out of court, and we focus on representing businesses throughout the litigation process. We understand the intricacies of commercial disputes, and we can work with you to develop effective legal strategies for pursuing commercial claims. Contact our firm at 312-922-3030 to get the legal help you need in these matters.

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