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Commercial litigation is the centerpiece of the Firm's trial practice. We understand that resolving business problems through litigation requires an ongoing evaluation process – a constant analysis of risk versus reward. It is not surprising, therefore, that when corporate counsel select outside lawyers to assist them, they look for business-minded lawyers who view litigation not as a process with a life of its own, but as a means to resolve problems efficiently, with tangible results.
The attorneys of Price, Meese, Shulman & D'Arminio have the background necessary for effective representation of clients in any type of civil litigation, whether before the state and federal courts of New Jersey and New York, or the various administrative, arbitrative and alternative dispute resolution tribunals.
Our practitioners regularly assist companies in the litigation of business matters, including issues involving:
We provide consultation and representation in connection with the organization, restructuring and dissolution of business entities, and have particular experience in disputes involving restrictive covenants, employment agreements, and other business-related controversies.
The Firm's litigation practice is not limited to commercial matters. Our attorneys have extensive experience litigating tort and negligence matters, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in connection with personal injury, product and premises liability, and insurance claims.
The attorneys at Price, Meese, Shulman & D'Arminio also have extensive experience representing clients in a variety of industries, including manufacture and sale of consumer goods, food, medical equipment and devices, pesticides, heavy machinery and automobiles. In connection with our labor and employment law practice, we have handled business tort and other employment-related claims. Our attorneys routinely represent individuals and business entitles in contested matters involving local and state government units, in connection with personal and commercial loss claims.