New York Business And Commercial Law Attorney

Resolving Business Disputes Without Litigation

When serious disputes occur, many people assume that litigation is the next step. This is not always the case. There are often many ways that even the most difficult situations can be resolved before litigation is a necessity.

Over the years as an attorney, I have witnessed many situations where careful consideration of the facts and the applicable law allows me to secure a resolution for my clients without them ever having to step into a courtroom.

Many disputes are built on misinterpretations of one or both parties’ rights and responsibilities under the current contract or agreement. By reviewing the facts of the situation and the contract or agreement itself in light of applicable contract and commercial law, I am often able to identify highly effective means of moving forward and achieving clients’ goals without the requisite expense and time lost in taking a dispute to trial.

Using Prelitigation Dispute Resolution To Deliver Results Outside Of Court

At The Law Office of Aaron M. Schlossberg, Esq., P.L.L.C., in New York, I have valuable experience resolving disputes for clients through litigation and other means. I have found over the years that communicating the strengths of my clients’ cases and the weaknesses of their own positions to the other party can lead to a greater willingness to work toward resolution that allows us to avoid litigation and its related difficulties.

If, however, your case is not appropriate for prelitigation resolution techniques or those techniques prove ineffective, I have the litigation skills you need to pursue success in court.

Learn More About Resolving Disputes Before Litigation Is Necessary

As a lawyer, I focus on developing highly effective means of resolving disputes and avoiding the cost, time and stress of litigation. Arrange a consultation with me by calling 646-698-8752 or contacting me online.

Practice Areas

Business Law  

Dispute Resolution  

Outside Counsel  

Insurance Law