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Home > Practice Area > Litigation > Commercial Litigation

Commercial Litigation Posts

MacElree Harvey Welcomes New Associate Attorney Brian J. Forgue

Posted November 20, 2016

November 18, 2016 Brian J. Forgue joins MacElree Harvey as an Associate Attorney in the firm’s West Chester office. Forgue will represent clients in a broad range of litigation matters, with an emphasis on complex commercial litigation. Prior to joining the firm as an associate attorney, Brian served as a legal intern at the United States House of Representatives and worked […]

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Commercial Contracts: Pitfalls of Boilerplate Clauses

Posted October 28, 2016

By Robert A. Burke The use of boilerplate in commercial transactions can be a simple way for contracting parties to close business deals. However, the risks of using boilerplate provisions are exposed when disputes arise. This article addresses some of the more troubling provisions that find their way into standard commercial contracts. We will touch […]

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10 Tips From A Litigation Trial Attorney: How To Prepare For A Business Dispute

Posted September 29, 2016

September 29, 2016 By Robert A. Burke “It Looks Like This Might Get Ugly” There is a point in time leading up to business disputes where you may find yourself saying the above quote. This dispute could be with a business partner, an employee, a vendor or customer, or another entity with whom your company […]

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Avoiding Contractual Heartbreak: Contract Tips to Prevent Litigation

Posted February 15, 2016

By Andrew R. Silverman, Esq. A contract is simply a document that defines a relationship. It sets forth the obligations that contract partners owe one another during the course of that relationship and, like a loving spouse, it may reward certain activities and forbid others. As in any personal relationship, we typically do not begin […]

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