Business Litigation requires a nimble, multi-layered approach. At certain points, that may mean an aggressive, “no holds barred” tactic of bringing the matter to trial as quickly as possible, while at others, the client may be better served by a more conciliatory path toward settlement.
A nimble, multi-layered approach to Business Litigation
The Nissenbaum Law Group not only handles complex commercial lawsuits in both the State and Federal Courts of New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Texas, but with permission of the Court, other states, as well. These cases run the gamut from breach of contract and fraud to statutory causes of action and injunctions.
The firm has a customized approach to litigation that aims to be truly responsive to the clients’ needs and goals. Its attorneys encourage open and continuous communication to assess at every stage what works best in a given situation. In certain cases, clients may want to take an aggressive, “no holds barred” approach to bringing the matter to trial, while in others, they may wish to actively explore settlement. Indeed, sometimes the most appropriate approach is a combination of the two, such as alternative dispute resolution as a precursor to possible trial. The key is to tailor the approach in accord with each client’s preferences and needs.
The firm’s commercial litigation practice includes the following:
- breach of contract
- fraud and business interference matters
- construction lawsuits
- foreclosure matters
- condemnation and eminent domain actions
- appearances before local municipal boards
- commercial landlord-tenant disputes
- collections and commercial lien filings
- State and Federal appeals
- Intellectual Property infringement suits
- practice before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board
- administrative law proceedings before State and Federal regulatory bodies
- injunctions involving orders to show cause and temporary restraints
Publications and presentations
“Pitfalls in Collecting a Judgment Against Individual Partners of a Partnership”, The Independent Eastern Association of Equipment Lessors, Fall, 1994
In the Arena: Litigating for the American Civil Liberties Union-NJ, NJ Lawyer, December, 2007
Wrongful Posting on the Internet: The Privacy You Save Could be Your Own, NJ Lawyer Magazine, April, 2008
Receiving Classified Information: Government Secrecy and the Litigation Process (Co-author), NJ Lawyer Magazine, October 2009
“Stop Look and Listen: Selected Defenses to the New Jersey Frivolous Lawsuit Statute”, 20 Seton Hall Law Review 184, 1989
“Challenges Ahead for Frivolous Lawsuit Statute”, 124 N.J.L.J. 837, October 5, 1989
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