Boca Raton & Palm Beach County Business Attorney Fights for Your Rights
If you have been wronged by another individual while involved in some type of transaction, you should take legal action to correct the situation. People who have trial experience know that it is a time-consuming and expensive process. It is also a situation that many individuals wish to avoid. With me as the Palm Beach County & Boca Raton business lawyer by your side, however, I can fight on your behalf and help you avoid the situations that make litigation consuming lengthy and costly process. As your attorney, I can put my proven methods into action to help you get the verdict or court order that you need. At Gregg H. Glickstein, P.A., I have nearly three decades of experience representing people involved in a variety of litigation cases, including:
Commercial litigation is an area of law that is similar to business litigation but has distinct differences. This type of litigation is the handling of business disputes, which can range from minor disagreements to major, complicated lawsuits. A wide range of matters are included in this type of litigation, including business torts and commercial real estate, all of which require a skilled attorney.
In the midst of a business transaction, many circumstances can go awry that often lead to disputes. These matters frequently have to be resolved within the courtroom through the efforts of an attorney. If your business is suffering due to a dispute and is in need of drafting agreements, negotiations, protecting intellectual property rights, or representation for other business matters, contact my firm.
Real Estate Litigation
If you are facing a lawsuit or litigation regarding a real estate project, then you should find an attorney with the knowledge to help you achieve your goals. Real estate litigation can involve delays in real estate transactions or development that cause some investors or involved parties to lose money. My firm can provide the knowledge of local and state real estate laws that is advantageous in these cases.
Relationships between landlords and tenants of any given property, whether commercial or residential, can often be complicated and devolve into heated disputes. Specific state laws are set in place to define what should and should not be done in regard to rental property, security deposits, deadlines for returns and other aspects that can affect this type of relationship.