Business Litigation Attorneys Servicing Nassau and Suffolk County
The attorneys of Harras Bloom & Archer LLP are uniquely qualified and experienced in helping business owners and managers achieve results in legal disputes that could affect the development of new business endeavors, financial success and ongoing operations in Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, Hudson Valley, New York City and surrounding areas.
While the firm takes a special interest in matters of real estate litigation that affect real estate developers, brokers and other key stakeholders in real property matters, the skillful Long Island business litigation attorneys also handle a breadth of disputes related to general business agreements, including:
- Partnership disputes
- Shareholder disputes
- Lease disputes for commercial and residential leases
- Breach of contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty
- Fraudulent conveyance
- Partnership dissolution and equitable distribution of partnership assets
- Construction litigation
- Contractor and subcontractor litigation
- Environmental claims
- Zoning litigation
- SEQRA claims
- Subdivision and easement disputes
Few law firms have the breadth of experience necessary to handle the intersection of business know-how and governance that occurs in business litigation and real estate litigation matters. The attorneys of Harras Bloom & Archer LLP have the intimate knowledge of this complex area of law, as well as the ability to be imaginative and aggressive in litigation strategies.
The notable projects that the firm has contributed to are a testament to the quality service and results they provide to clients every day.
The lawyers of Harras Bloom & Archer LLP practice in state and federal courts throughout New York. They can be reached by email or by telephone at 631-393-6220.
Harras Bloom & Archer LLP is known for providing sophisticated legal representation to sophisticated clients serving Nassau County, Suffolk County, Queens County, New York City and surrounding areas.
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