The attorneys at Looney Cohen & Aisenberg LLP have extensive experience negotiating and resolving business disputes including commercial real estate and contract issues, non-competes, shareholder disputes, financing of government contracts and creditor/debtor litigation.
Representative matters that we’ve successfully litigated:
- claim to recover monies spent on a defective accounting software package
- one company’s right to collect damages pursuant to the terms of a disputed personal guaranty
- a landowner’s claim of adverse possession
- a shareholder’s right to enforce a deadlock provision
- an employer’s right to hire former employees of a once related affiliated company
- various non-compete cases
- the rights of a seller of a company to enforce the purchase and sale agreement
- numerous commercial workout matters
Our lawyers are skilled at focusing on issues that will resolve a dispute as quickly and efficiently as possible.
Most of our litigation disputes do not end up at trial. Instead, they are routinely resolved through negotiation, usually at some pivotal juncture of the case, e.g. upon filing or resolving a dispositive motion or other strategic pleading.
Our experienced team of attorneys offers practical, solutions-oriented legal advice to businesses of all sizes, including Fortune 500 companies, life sciences companies and small start-ups, in connection with:
- The sale and acquisition of commercial properties, including matters related to permitting and development
- Lease negotiations on behalf of both landlords and tenants
- All aspects of commercial leasing, including buyouts, termination rights and construction issues
We bring knowledge and understanding of complex real estate financings, and have broad experience representing lenders and other financial institutions in connection with:
- Large and small loans to businesses and commercial developers, including C & I loans, construction and acquisition loans and asset based loans
- Participation and Inter-Creditor agreements
- The sale of performing and distressed debt, including multi-sale deals
- Foreclosures and deed-in-lieu transactions