Commercial Litigation

Commercial Litigation

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Our attorneys specialize in all aspects of commercial, complex, and contractual litigation. If you or your business are in need of an experienced and knowledgeable litigation attorney, speak with us today and put Knight Law in your corner.

Contractual Disputes

Contractual disputes may typically occur due to one party breaching the contract. Sometimes this can occur due to potentially ambiguous interpretations as to the meaning of key words within a contract. We can help you resolve your contractual dispute, update the terms of your agreement, or review your existing contract to make sure you are protected, and more. Whatever your dispute may be, put a Knight in your corner and get your issue resolved effectively.

Complex Litigation

Complex litigation involves lawsuits dealing with many moving parts such as multiple parties, more than one corporation, or a complex business or financial system at play. Usually, these proceedings require a firm with a broader understanding of business and enterprise. Large amounts of money are typical in these cases which can add to their difficulty. Picking the right attorney for your complex litigation case is paramount. Put a Knight in your corner and get your issue resolved effectively.

Fraudulent Transfer Litigation

A fraudulent transfer is when an individual or company tries to dodge paying what they owe by moving their money somewhere else and then saying that they have no money left to pay their debts. Typically, such a transfer is only considered fraudulent if the individual or company made the transfer with the actual intent to hinder, delay or defraud the individual or company that money was owed to. Proving that intent generally comes down to the circumstances surrounding the transfer or avoidance.

Generally speaking, fraudulent transfers are considered to be a civil offense, but it can also be a criminal offense, subject to prison time, in certain states and cases. At Knight Law, we work with creditors in proving that a transfer was fraudulent so that they can receive the funds that they are entitled to. Our unique experience also positions us to defend businesses or individuals being sued for fraudulent transfer. Stay protected on both sides and put Knight Law in your corner.

Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices

Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practices occur when a business practice or act is deemed deceptive or unlawful. It is also considered deceptive and unfair if a practice or act injures the consumer. False advertising, which violates consumer protection law, can also sometimes be considered a Deceptive and Unfair Trade Practice. For example, if a company advertises a “free” product when really it is impossible to receive that product for free, this may be deemed as false advertising as an unfair trade practice.

Deceptive practices are considered criminal acts in some states, but in other states it is considered a civil matter with the responsibility to seek justice falling on the shoulders of the individual who was damaged. Knight Law can help you prosecute a company or individual engaging in these deceptive practices and get you the compensation you deserve. Our unique experience also positions us to defend businesses or individuals being sued for deceptive practices. Stay protected on both sides and put Knight Law in your corner.

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Reviews

I highly recommend Yirmi for all litigation needs! I’m a local personal injury lawyer and every time I get a client that needs a commercial litigation attorney I immediately refer them to Yirmi. He is kind, hard working, and trustworthy.

Joe Refaeli

So knowledgeable and efficient. I love this firm.

Yasmin Morshedian

“I am super thankful for what Knight Law did for me! Amazing attorney through and through. My go-to attorney for life 😊!”

Candy Wynn

“Knight Law did an incredible job! After contacting Yirmi with the details, he was quick to respond and easy to get a hold of. I had a lot of doubt with my situation, but their experience and guidance were comforting. I got the outcome that I wanted and more. Thanks!”

Liran Koren

“Very responsive and demonstrated great knowledge throughout the process. They gave me great advice and the attention I needed. If you are looking for an attorney who is very knowledgeable and really cares about your case, this is the firm to go with.”

Mr. David Dalacio
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Frequently Asked Questions

What should I do if someone threatens to sue me over a business dispute?
If you receive written communication that person or company is threatening to sue you, it is important to assess the claim’s legitimacy and respond within the timeline provided. In many cases, you may seek a settlement before going to court to avoid hefty legal fees. However, if you are confident that you can defend yourself, going to court may be your best option. Contact us if a person or company has threatened to sue you, and we will assess your case and guide you on the best course of action to take.
What are the different types of business partnerships?
The three different types of business partnerships are general partnerships, joint ventures, and limited partnerships. A general partnership is the most basic and is an agreement between two or more individuals in which profits and liability are shared among the partners. In a general partnership, each partner has unlimited liability and is subject to seizure of their personal assets in certain circumstances. These partnerships require little paperwork and are easier to set up than corporations or LLCs. A joint venture is formed when two entities pool their resources and join to form a new entity which may be structured as a partnership, LLC, or corporation. Joint ventures are typically formed to allow two companies to use their different areas of expertise to capitalize on an opportunity. Lastly, in a limited partnership, the general partner has unlimited liability and is involved in managing most of the business, and the limited partners play a smaller role and typically provide an initial investment. Limited partners are only held liable to their initial investment. If you are in a dispute within your partnership agreement, contact Knight Law to discuss your case.
What are the different legal structures I can use for starting my business?
The various structures you can use to start your business include sole proprietorships, limited liability companies, corporations, and partnerships. They each have their own unique benefits. If you are not sure what legal structure to choose, need help registering your business, or think you may need to change your legal structure, contact us for a free consultation.
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