First-Class Representation in Business and Commercial Litigation
Experienced Commercial Litigation Lawyers in Dutchess County, New York
Whether you are initiating legal action or defending, it is a leap of faith to entrust it to your legal counsel. Commercial litigation has been a foundation of our firm's practice. We know our clients and what is at stake for them. We know the law and how to position clients for the most favorable outcome.
McCabe & Mack LLP has served the Hudson Valley for more than 125 years. We represent banks, financial institutions and businesses of all sizes in the prosecution and defense of litigation in state and federal courts of New York.
Diverse Experience in Commercial Litigation
Our Commercial Litigation Group draws on a wealth of experience to achieve the best results for our clients. We provide plaintiff and defense counsel for:
- Breach of contract disputes
- Partner and shareholder disputes
- Construction litigation
- Real estate transactions
- Business torts
- Professional malpractice by engineers and accountants
- Landlord-tenant disputes (owners and commercial tenants)
- Property disputes (easements, right-of-way, adverse possession)
- Intellectual property infringement
- Debt collection and replevin
- Bankruptcy adversary proceedings
Our commercial litigation attorneys represent clients in all phases and forums, including pre-suit negotiations, pre-judgment remedies (injunctions and attachments), summary judgment and trial judgments, post-judgment enforcement and appeals. Our team includes one of the foremost arbitration attorneys in upstate New York for cases in which alternative dispute resolution is recommended or stipulated by contract.
Make the Call to Protect Your Interests
Whether you are exploring your options or need to respond swiftly to filings or unfolding events, we can assemble a team to assert your rights and develop a winning strategy for your business dispute.
YOUR COMMERCIAL LITIGATION TEAM
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