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Commercial Litigation Legal Support
Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. attorneys with offices in Stamford and NYC represents clients in large and midsize domestic and international commercial litigation matters. A particular focus is on representing international clients in the US.
International Legal Support for your Business Assets and Claims
We represent clients in litigation matters directly in New York, Connecticut, and have locations in Texas and Florida. In other states, we retain local co-counsel to assist our international client base. UTF has successfully represented foreign based individuals and corporations in litigation related to real estate transactions, business disputes, shareholder suits, litigation related to license and distribution agreements, investment fraud, financial fraud (through our New York office), and lawsuits related to the oil and gas industry (through our Houston, Texas office). We counsel our international clients regarding the correct strategy in US litigation, with a particular focus on obtaining the most economical solution for our clients. UTF’s commercial litigation practice encompasses all aspects of business litigation including breach of contract, business torts, domestication and enforcement of foreign judgments, declaratory judgment, Uniform Commercial Code matters, Hague Convention on the International Sale of Goods and related litigation matters. Business Disputes UTF represents both plaintiffs and defendants in lawsuits involving publicly held corporations, closely held corporations and other business entities, as well as corporate officers, corporate directors, shareholders and private individuals. These types of lawsuits include management and corporate control issues, mergers and acquisitions, shareholder appraisal rights, contract disputes, employment agreements, covenants not to compete and other disputes involving business relationships. US and International Business Law Matters The laws of the United States, the UK and Germany provide a wide range of remedies for aggrieved businesses and individuals. UTF has experience in navigating clients through domestic and international disputes ranging from collections of unpaid invoices for goods or services to complex, multiparty lawsuits involving jurisdictional, venue and choice of law issues. Anytime there is a written or oral agreement between individuals or businesses, issues of performance and breach are very common. UTF has experience representing businesses and individuals in all areas of contract breach matters. The firm assists both local and international clients to enforce and defend their contractual rights. For businesses located in the Stamford area, we are happy to assist you from our locally based law firm location. Our Business Litigation Legal Team Consists of international commercial litigation lawyers: Attorney Richard Lewis and Attorney Mark Kovack. Commercial Clients We find clients located in the following areas consider us convenient and use us as a business resource:
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Whether you are starting a new business or have run into difficulties with a business partner or unrelated entity, we can help you. We are trial experienced and are highly strategic and efficient in our planning for your case. Fees and Costs Legal cases vary highly in nature. Although we cannot provide you with a fee outline here, we invite you to consult with us to determine the individual needs of your case in order for us to come up with the appropriate structure to maximize our service to you or your organization.
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