CUTLER & WILENSKY LLP provides a full range of commercial and business litigation services in Boston and the surrounding communities. Our Boston business attorneys represent clients before State and Federal trial courts, as well as in arbitrations and mediations.
Our business lawyers understand not only the importance of identifying and managing the business law issues, but also the practical business issues confronted by companies each day. A fine balance must be struck between addressing legal concerns and the practical operational concerns of a business.
The firm’s Boston business lawyers have years of trial experience before Federal and State courts and juries, as well as before government administrative bodies, arbitrators and mediators. This experience is invaluable whether it is a small case or a multimillion dollar, complex litigation case
At the commencement of litigation, our trial lawyers identify critical issues and develop a strategy based on those issues to ensure the best possible result for the client. We appreciate the pressures placed on the resources of a business, both financially and in man power, because of litigation. With this appreciation in mind, we move cases through the litigation process in the most efficient and economical manner possible seeking to minimize business interruption while optimizing the outcome.
The following are the typical litigation matters handled by CW's business lawyers:
- Unfair Business Practices;
- Uniform Commercial Code;
- Trade Secrets;
- Non-Competition/Non-Raiding Agreements;
- Shareholder Derivative Actions;
- Officer and Director Liability;
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty;
- Partnership Disputes;
- Professional Liability;
- Piercing Corporate Entity;
- Fraudulent Transfers;
- Employment Contracts;
- Wage and Hour Disputes;
- Wrongful Termination;
- Hostile Work Environment;
- Licensing Agreements;
- Distributing Agreements;
- Independent Sales Representative Agreements;
- Debarment From Public Contracts;
- Wrongful Interference With Contract;
- Wrongful Interference With Business Relations;
- Lanham Act;
- Confidentiality Agreements;
- Misclassification of Employees;
- Disability Claims;
- Independent Contractors;
- Defamation/Libel; and
- Commission Agreements.
If you have any questions or concerns about corporate or business law, please fill out the inquiry form.