Knowing when to litigate is as important as understanding how to litigate. As a result, its reputation for legal ability and professional integrity has for many years earned Weltman & Moskowitz, LLP the highest rating from its peers as published in the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory.
Weltman & Moskowitz, LLP serves clients having a wide variety of litigation needs. The attorneys of the firm are knowledgeable concerning many industries and in many areas of the law. They bring to litigation matters a depth of experience, a broad outlook, a keen understanding of the court system and formidable advocacy skills. The firm has obtained favorable results for clients in the state, federal and bankruptcy courts, in administrative and regulatory proceedings, and in arbitration, mediation and other evolving alternative dispute resolution forums. While the attorneys of Weltman & Moskowitz, LLP litigate aggressively, they handle matters in a cost-effective manner, encourage alternatives to litigation for the resolution of disputes and recognize the value of a fair and justified settlement at the earliest opportunity.
The firm's lawyers are aggressive advocates who regularly represent clients in federal and state trial courts, appeals courts, bankruptcy courts, and administrative proceedings throughout New York and New Jersey and beyond. The firm's litigation practice addresses the full spectrum of business disputes from the most basic to complex multi-party proceedings, such as trade secrets, contract disputes, business torts, partner and shareholder disputes, real estate- and bankruptcy litigation.
Weltman & Moskowitz, LLP also has substantial experience in resolving challenges involving mortgages and secured transactions, business disputes and insolvency issues. The firm's attorneys often represent borrowers and financial institutions in a variety of sophisticated transactions. A substantial portion of the firm's litigation practice is dedicated to asset recovery proceedings on behalf of bank and credit union workout departments, commercial leasing companies and institutional lenders. The firm's attorneys strive for efficiency and lean staffing in all litigation as uncontrolled business litigation can become unfocused, protracted and costly. The firm accordingly believes that litigation costs can and must be contained by at all times keeping sight of the client's ultimate goals and objectives.
The firm offers representation to architects, general contractors, sub-contractors, vendors and material suppliers concerning their corporate structure as well as ongoing construction projects. The firm prepares construction contracts which include owner/contractor contracts, design/build contracts, joint venture agreements, sub-contracts, as well as other related agreements, to accommodate its clients needs. The firm provides comprehensive litigation services for matters pending in the various state courts, federal courts, bankruptcy courts, and at arbitration, including both prosecuting and defending of mechanics' lien claims form recording the lien through foreclosure, and all other disputes.
As can be seen from the wide range of civil law services provided, the firm's experience covers the gamut of civil legal services. If you would like more information about a matter involving litigation or alternate dispute resolution, please contact one of the firm's attorneys through an e-mail link or by calling 212.684.7800 or 201.794.7500.
For further information on this topic or to discuss your case, please contact Richard E. Weltman or Michael L. Moskowitz by telephone, fax or email.
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