New York City Business Litigation Attorney
Involvement in commercial litigation can be both stressful for you and a drain on your business. If you are involved in a business dispute, it may be possible to achieve resolution without employing uncomfortable and compromising tactics that debase your company and our legal system.
At the Law Offices of Kenneth T. Wasserman in New York City, I believe that parties involved in litigation can resolve their differences in a zealous yet civil manner that underscores the remarkable benefits of the American legal system. I bring more than 35 years of experience to each case and a strong track record of successful and peaceful outcomes.
Strategic Business Litigation Representation Focused on Prompt Resolution
In both international business matters and domestic commercial transactions, full-blown litigation can often be avoided by employing experienced counsel and by addressing issues before they arise. Our law firm takes the time necessary to fully understand your business objectives. We will thoroughly examine the facts, advise you of your options, and give you an honest assessment of your chances of success.
Our firm takes a positive approach to the resolution of all legal disputes, providing straightforward answers to everyone involved in the process. While we advocate for swift resolutions in order to avoid time, money and stress of a trial, we are not opposed to trying your case should the circumstances call for it. As an experienced trial lawyer, Mr. Wasserman will zealously protect your interests during trial.
Experienced in Alternative Dispute Resolution
In addition to his experience as an arbitrator, Mr. Wasserman has also represented numerous clients during domestic and international business and commercial arbitration.
Ethical Solutions for Companies Involved in Business Disputes
- Commercial litigation
- International business litigation and arbitration
- Breach of contract
- Real estate litigation
- Vendor disputes
- Violation of non-compete agreements
- Breach of covenants not to compete
- Trade secrets violations
- Shareholder, partnership or other ownership issues
- Employment disputes