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Business and Commercial Litigation

Summary Of Service:


The litigation team at CMS is solution driven, and we achieve that goal through working closely with our clients to understand their goals and expectations. Ultimately we recognize that business resources are best spent building their business, rather than spending time and energy litigating. While resolution of disputes is accomplished through a specialize plan for each client, all cases are managed with efficiency and speed at the helm. Accordingly, we find ourselves representing our clients in a variety of forums, including state and federal courts, regulatory and government agencies, and during mediation and arbitration proceedings. Our litigators handle a variety of core matters, including:

  • Complex Commercial Litigation
  • Antitrust claims
  • Business fraud, Conspiracy and Unfair Competition Claims
  • Breach of Contract
  • Tortious Interference with Business and Contractual Relationships
  • Claims for Diversion of Corporate Opportunities
  • Employment and Labor disputes
  • Management and Corporate Control Issues
  • Dissolution of Partnerships
  • Shareholder and Member Derivative Actions
  • Financial Transactions and Insurance Coverage Disputes
  • Disputes over Misappropriation or Control of Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets
  • Statutory claims
  • Defamation
  • Consumer Financing & Creditor’s Rights, Commercial Collection

Primary Service Contact:

Benjamin C. Curcio | 973-226-4534x201 | bcurcio@cmsllc.law

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At CMS, we take our relationships with our clients seriously and personally. We take the time to get to know our clients, and understand your business and its needs. We work hard, and prioritize accessibility. We respond to all calls and emails promptly and thoughtfully. We are honest with our advice and strive to provide the most accurate and excellent counseling

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