Boca Raton Commercial Litigation Attorney
If you’ve experienced an issue with your employer, a supplier you’ve worked with, any accountant or tax agency who’s worked with your business, or experienced a breached contract, you could be protected under state and federal commercial laws if you choose to bring your issue to court.
Commercial litigation refers to any type of business dispute or lawsuit that occurs between two businesses, a business and a government entity, or an employee and his or her employer. This realm of law is known as commercial law or business law. It is frequently grouped with civil law and can handle both private and public legal issues.
Litigation surrounding issues of banking, business, anti-trust laws, cybercrime, franchise law, and corporations fall under the umbrella term of commercial litigation. Fraud is a frequent issue that comes up in cases of commercial litigation. Contact our Boca Raton commercial litigation attorneys.
Examples of Boca Raton Commercial Litigation Topics
Within the aforementioned areas of law, there are multiple specific types of disputes that are heard in Florida’s business courts. Examples of these dispute types are:
- Contract interference cases;
- Non-compete agreements;
- Debt collection agencies;
- Breaches of fiduciary duty;
- Disputes between employers and their employees;
- Uniform Commercial Code violations and disputes;
- Contract misinterpretation;
- Breaches of contract;
- Consumer fraud and protection from consumer fraud;
- Franchise disputes and franchise creation;
- Disputes involving corporate management; and
- Civil actions regarding RICO, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act.
Any company or other business entity could become involved in a commercial litigation action. Knowing your role in any dispute is key to successfully arguing or defending your case.
Laws Invoked in Commercial Litigation
Many commercial law cases are meant to protect consumers and businesses from harmful practices. Both state and federal laws exist to define and punish such practices, which can be tried at either level.
At the federal level, the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and the Occupational Safety and Health Act all exist as standards of operational procedure for businesses and government agencies in the United States. The United States Congress is tasked with enforcing federal commerce laws at this level
At the state level, the Uniform Commercial Code and the Florida Business Corporations Act work to protect businesses and their consumers from unfair and illegal practices. Every state has its own version of the Uniform Commercial Code modified to its unique needs.
Our Boca Raton Commercial Litigation Attorneys Can Help
Lavalle, Brown & Ronan, P.A. have a combined 130 years of experience working in criminal, civil and commercial law in the Boca Raton area. If you or your company has been involved in a commercial dispute or lawsuit, call Lavalle, Brown & Ronan, P.A. at 561-395-0000 for your free legal consultation. Let our team of experienced attorneys help guide you toward the best solution for your case based on your individual circumstances.