We Get Commercial Litigation.

We have extensive experience representing lenders as both plaintiffs and defendants.

 

 

 

Commercial Litigation Attorneys

Rosenberg Martin Greenberg is well-versed in complex commercial litigation matters, providing clients the focus, efficiency and results that come from over 30 years experience in the field. We are able to meet client demands by leveraging a cross-disciplinary network of business and corporate litigation specialists, skilled paralegals and dedicated research experts. Using these valuable resources, our commercial attorneys can successfully manage complex commercial disputes of virtually any scope. By partnering with RMG, clients are assured top-tier ligation skills that are cost-effective and meticulously crafted to protect business assets.

Each commercial litigation attorney at RMG has handled a wide range of corporate law disputes. We represent lenders, creditors, debtors, asset sellers, landlords, property purchasers, credit unions, banks, creditor committees and small businesses.

Work with an Experienced Corporate Attorney

RMG corporate lawyers represents clients from both the plaintiff’s and the defendant’s sides.

On behalf of creditors, we have prosecuted countless claims including:

  • Collection actions
  • Confess judgment actions
  • Actions seeking injunctive relief
  • Replevin actions
  • Attachments and levies
  • Suits for the appointment of a receiver

Our attorneys have represented lenders as plaintiffs and defendants in actions for:

  • Breach of contract
  • Negligence
  • Fraud
  • Federal and state-law statutory violations

We have also defended numerous lender liability actions. Our wealth of experience in handling these types of matters means effective and efficient service, with less billed time researching legal issues.

Full service commercial litigation

Commercial litigation spans a broad range of matters arising under state and federal law including contract disputes, non-compete agreements, antitrust laws, shareholder disputes, restrictive covenants, business dissolution, unfair competition, foreclosure, business torts, debt collections and securities.

Our attorneys have substantial experience in commercial class action disputes, and represent clients in other matters involving:

  • Collections
  • Bankruptcy litigation, including complaints to determine dischargeability, relief from stay, objections to exemptions, use of cash collateral and objections to plan confirmation
  • Commercial loan transactions
  • UCC enforcement and litigation
  • Loan sales

RMG also has significant experience in prosecuting and defending commercial litigation claims in federal courts throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, providing strategic counsel in a broad spectrum of commercial matters which are in federal court either due to diversity or federal question jurisdiction.

Effective commercial dispute resolution

Rosenberg, Martin & Greenberg has cultivated a reputation for:

  • Personalized, attentive service
  • Creative solutions for complex needs
  • Cost-effective strategies that save time and money
  • Extensive courtroom experience

We serve our clients to reach the best possible outcome in their complex commercial litigation matter whether that course of action is through a negotiated settlement, trial, or some form of alternative dispute resolution including arbitration and mediation.

RMG attorneys work diligently to resolve each case efficiently, with due consideration of your long-range goals. To serve clients more conveniently, Rosenberg Martin Greenberg, LLP has law offices in Baltimore and Annapolis, Maryland as well as Wilmington, Delaware.

Commercial Litigation

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