Orlando, Florida, law firm Bloodworth Law PLLC is led by managing partner L. Reed Bloodworth who is a 2019 to 2021 U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyer in commercial litigation.
What is Commercial Litigation?
Reed addresses the question: What is commercial litigation?
Commercial litigation describes legal disputes that might arise in the context of business between one or more commercial entities that are governed by state and or federal corporate law.
Parties Involved Are Business Entities
The actual definition of commercial litigation is determined by the parties involved in the legal dispute. A commercial dispute is where one or more of these parties is a business entity like a corporation, an LLC, a partnership.
The definition of litigation is the legal process initiated when opposing parties want to defend or enforce a legal right.
Commercial Litigation Cases
General commercial litigation involves virtually every type of disagreement that can occur between or within business including:
- Antitrust and trade action disputes
- Corporate management and control disputes
- Business dissolution or organizational disputes
- Shareholder and partnership disputes
- Contract disputes such as breach of contract
- Tortious interference with contractual or business relationships
- Uniform Commercial Code disputes
- Breach of fiduciary duty cases
- Employment disputes
- Disputes over non-compete agreements
- Debt collection actions
- Aviation disputes
- LLC membership disputes
- Securities litigation
Federal and State Court Cases
Many commercial litigation cases are filed in federal court rather than in state court, and some cases are class action lawsuits or multi-district lawsuits. This depends upon the number of involved parties or the types of parties involved.
It is common for commercial cases to cost more because of additional steps involved in the litigation process. Namely, it’s the discovery process and the use of forensic experts that tend to be more extensive in a commercial dispute.
Thorough Understanding of Business Goals
In any commercial litigation case, but especially during this challenging economic and business climate, commercial litigators have an obligation to protect a business’ interests. Bloodworth Law achieves this by thoroughly understanding business goals to accurately assess risk and determine possible actions and outcomes.
Solution-oriented litigation cases create leverage and deliver results that are ultimately decided by the commercial clients in the case. It’s the client’s choice after being told the options by Reed and the Bloodworth Law team.
Reed has been fighting for commercial plaintiffs and defendants across Florida since 2004. Bloodworth Law’s commercial litigation team has the experience, knowledge, and resources required to navigate any commercial dispute.
When you have a commercial litigation dispute, talk with Reed to find out how Bloodworth Law can help you, or your business.Consider sharing this post