Commercial Contract Litigation

Simply stated, contracts are an exchange of mutually binding promises between the parties. The effective enforcement of contracts, whether by negotiation or litigation, requires an ability to concisely articulate the benefit of the anticipated bargain and leverage the underlying fairness of critical terms in the context of the deal.

I have had extensive experience litigating the following types of contracts across a range of industries:

  • Loan and related financing agreements
  • Security interests
  • Mortgages
  • Guaranties
  • Inter-creditor agreements
  • Loan securitizations
  • Operating agreements
  • Sales and other asset transfers
  • Vendor agreements
  • Distribution agreements
  • Franchise agreements
  • Brand management
  • Product warranty
  • Purchase orders
  • Commissions
  • Construction contracts
  • Joint ventures
  • Partnerships
  • Asset protection trusts
  • Commercial leases