How We Give Clients The Advantage In Business Litigation

At its most fundamental level, commercial and business litigation is the result of breakdowns in relationships and communication between people. Whether it is a dispute over the language in a contract or ill-advised decisions, the issues often are very complex and there is a lot at stake.

At the law firm of Michael L. Feinstein, P.A., in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, our commercial and business litigation attorneys are veterans of business battles — we have been to trial more than 100 times. We know what to expect and we embrace the hard work that is required with complex cases. As a result of this experience, we put our clients in the best possible position to achieve a favorable result.

The "Secret" Business To Litigation

Business disputes can take many forms, and we have decades of experience with all of them, including:

Our "secret" is that we know there are no shortcuts to success with litigation. It requires both talent and hard work.

What Sets Us Apart From Other Firms?

At Michael L. Feinstein, P.A., we take a disciplined approach to litigating commercial and business disputes and we relish every step of the process.

On the surface, the way we approach litigation appears to be simple:

  1. We analyze all of the facts surrounding the case. Drawing on our experience with hundreds of business formations and transactions, we know where to look for important information.
  2. We analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each side's case. Based on that, we form a strategy. Oftentimes, there is more than one possible strategy. When that is the case, we assess the risk and reward that is associated with each option — always keeping our clients informed and seeking input on how much risk they are willing to accept.
  3. We prepare for trial. Our attorneys begin with the assumption that every case will go to trial. As a result, we are thoroughly prepared for anything that could happen in the courtroom.

The reality is that the majority of cases do not reach trial, because it is often in the best interests of both sides to reach an agreement, often through mediation.

The Negotiating Never Ends

A major part of trial preparation is negotiation — communicating with the other side's lawyers about a settlement. When does negotiating happen? It can happen at any time, including before and during a trial.

We embrace negotiating and have a passion for it. Unlike many law firms, though, we never accept low offers. We fight for what our clients deserve and remain in close communication throughout the legal process. Call us now at 954-546-7862, or contact us online to start the process.