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The business litigation attorneys represents businesses of all types and sizes in a broad range of commercial and business litigation. Our clients are drawn from a diverse group of industries, including financial services, hospitality, retail, manufacturing, and services and run the gamut from local, Westchester-based companies to national and multi-national conglomerates. While no two clients and cases are the same, one thing remains constant – the attorneys at Yankwitt LLP always listen to our clients. We then strive to resolve their cases in the most cost-effective way that meets their goals, all the while tirelessly and aggressively advocating on our clients’ behalf.

How Our Business Litigation Attorneys Are Different

As seasoned litigators, we understand all too well the significant costs of litigation and the toll such disputes can take on a business. We partner closely with our clients to design and implement litigation avoidance strategies, and when faced with potential litigation, we provide a thorough and honest risk assessment to enable our corporate clients to adopt the litigation strategy that makes sense for their unique business situation.

Types of Business Litigation Our Lawyers Handle

When litigation is necessary, our business litigation attorneys are aggressive trial lawyers who utilize that expertise to achieve the best possible results for our clients. We regularly appear before federal and state courts, governmental agencies and arbitral tribunals on a wide range of business-related matters, including:

The business litigation lawyers are aggressive trial lawyers who leverage that experience to achieve the best possible results for our clients. Because we are one of the few law firms that routinely tries cases, we are able to optimize outcomes in the most cost-effective manner possible. Yankwitt LLP staffs each matter leanly, focuses on targeted and streamlined discovery practices and emphasizes dispositive motion practice, all with a constant eye towards achieving the best possible settlement – when settlement is in the client’s best interests.