HPC’s record of success in Business and Commercial Litigation is unmatched. Simply put – we win cases. And if a case can’t be won, we marshal our resources to find a way to settle it on the best possible terms for our clients.
As part of this process, we work to involve our clients in all manner of important decisions affecting their cases. We handle cases from inception through trial and appeal, as well as all forms of ADR (mediation and arbitration). Our firm is particularly adept at salvaging cases that other lawyers have mishandled.
Our New York commercial litigation attorneys at Hiller, PC represent clients in a broad range of commercial litigation cases, including:
- Breach of contract and other contract disputes
- Business torts (including fraud, breach of fiduciary duty, self-dealing, misappropriation, malfeasance, and accountings)
- Partner and shareholder disputes
- Corporate Dissolution/Limited Liability Company Dissolution (BCL 1104/1104-a and LLC Law 702)
- Corporate derivative actions
- Entertainment law disputes
- License litigation and other disputes arising out of license agreements
- Disputes arising out of non-competition agreements (also called covenants not to compete/non-competes)
- Intellectual property litigation
- Professional liability cases, including attorney and accounting malpractice
- Construction and surety law litigation
- Real estate litigation
- Fine art litigation
- Executive compensation and other employment contract litigation
- Probate disputes, including will contests
- Internet and media disputes
- Mediation and alternative dispute resolution
Our New York Commercial Litigation Attorneys Have Represented Many Industries
Our lawyers represent corporations, partnerships, limited liability companies, business trusts, individuals, sole proprietorships, directors, officers, members, managers, and other individual clients in the following business areas and industries: apparel and textile, real estate, construction, multi-media entertainment, post-production/film and sound editing, marine terminal operations and the maritime industry, museum and fine art, e-commerce, computer software services and other IT, food service and restaurants, vocational and non-vocational schools, limousine, electronic and micro-electronic manufacturing and distribution, mail-order and direct solicitation, graphic design, advertising, accounting, life settlement, inventors, package construction, importing, freight forwarding, mortgage banking, and other financial services industries.