Commercial Litigation

Falcon Rappaport & Berkman (FRB) leverages the unique nature of FRB’s multi-disciplinary practice to deliver exceptional results in a variety of complex litigation matters. The firm regularly litigates and brokers the resolution of disputes concerning real estate, trusts and estates, contracts, business torts and intellectual property, among other significant commercial matters.

FRB’s attorneys have experience litigating cases from inception through trial and appeal, often achieving results unattainable by similarly sized law firms. Clients trust FRB’s litigation practice to aggressively prosecute and defend against an array of complex commercial claims in state, federal, administrative and appellate courts. Moreover, the firm has represented interested parties in guardianship matters, contested probate and estate litigation and other proceedings in the Surrogate’s Court.

This wealth of experience in high-stakes litigation offers clients the sophisticated approach of a large, national law firm, all while maintaining the client-focused attitude of a boutique litigation practice. FRB’s broad range of civil litigation experience strategically positions the firm as a partner for clients seeking to resolve a dispute early or adopt best practices to avoid a lawsuit before it is commenced.

FRB embraces a holistic, team approach to litigation – tapping deep subject matter knowledge to defend and prosecute claims concerning real estate or fiduciary liability in a dynamic and innovative fashion. For example, when a contested estate administration implicates tax, real estate and business succession issues, FRB’s interdisciplinary team has the practice area expertise both inside and outside the courtroom to efficiently resolve a given dispute. Similarly, when issues of land use or title to real property are presented, FRB’s litigators have extensive resources to fully address those matters.

Our attorneys have the understanding and know how to effectively and zealously advocate for clients navigating the challenges of litigation.

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