The firm litigates disputes arising under the Uniform Commercial Code, securities statutes, intellectual property laws, and many other federal and state statutes and regulations that affect business and commerce. Our practice encompasses:
The firm has represented shareholders and partners in disputes among themselves; parties to minority shareholder suits; and derivative actions and partnership liquidation actions.
Our business law practice helps clients avoid legal disputes with customers, suppliers, licensees, partners, public and private shareholders, landlords, tenants, contractors, consultants and others. Porzio, Bromberg & Newman’s attorneys will anticipate and defuse issues that can later result in expensive litigation.
Porzio, Bromberg & Newman represents clients engaged in electronic commerce and the business of technology. We have represented manufacturers for years and apply that experience to solving the problems of companies that compete in the technology arena.
We have handled chancery litigation arising from business disputes for many years. We have litigated claims for equitable relief arising from matters involving unfair competition, violations of restrictive covenants, boundary and easement disputes, minority shareholder oppression, and many others.