Complex Business & Commercial Litigation

At Stone Conroy, we represent businesses of all sizes in a broad range of commercial disputes and litigation. Our job is not only to litigate complex commercial matters, but to help our clients avoid them.

When Litigation Is the Only Option

We have a wealth of experience handling both trials and appeals. We also represent clients in arbitrations, mediations, and all forms of alternative dispute resolution. Our experience spans many different types of issues, including:

  • Contract and lease disputes
  • Trade secret misappropriation
  • Tortious interference with expected economic benefits
  • Deceptive trade practices
  • Franchise litigation for businesses, such as hotels and gas stations, including matters arising under the Petroleum Marketing Practices Act (PMPA)
  • Product liability
  • Real estate disputes
  • Closely-held business litigation
  • Intra-family financial disputes
  • Director and officer liability
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Shareholder and partnership disputes, including oppressed minority shareholder rights
  • Unfair competition
  • Employer-employee disputes, including covenants not to compete and other restrictive covenants
  • Estate and trust litigation
  • Fraud investigations and litigation
  • Business dissolution / buyout
  • Consumer fraud
  • Antitrust matters

Our Commitment and Experience Set Us Apart

Having the right lawyer represent you in a business or commercial dispute can significantly impact the result. We are a cohesive, detail-oriented legal team. Our aggressive but practical approach to representing clients makes us effective advocates for any business, in any setting.

At Stone Conroy, we respect and protect our clients. When you become a client, our first objective is to understand your business. Our ultimate goal is to partner with you to achieve what is best for you and your business, taking into account your overall needs. This approach enables us to safeguard your interests as we proceed to find the best outcome for the matter at hand and the future.