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St. Louis Commercial Litigation Lawyers

Asserting Your Business Interests In Court

At Herzog Crebs LLP, we represent entities and individuals in a wide range of disputes involving business activities, adopting strategies relevant to each client's unique needs and goals. Contact us to meet with a Herzog Crebs LLP attorney at one of our offices in St. Louis or Belleville about any business litigation matter, including matters in the following areas:

  • Commercial litigation: Our St. Louis commercial litigation attorneys can create an effective and efficient litigation team for any matter that may impact your business's conduct of orderly and beneficial commercial activities. Our commercial litigation practice is comprehensive for both plaintiff and defendant, and it covers matters such as business and partnership disputes, contractual disputes, fraud, unfair competition, breach of fiduciary duty, wrongful discharge, sexual harassment, enforcement of noncompete and confidentiality agreements and many other matters. Additionally, we are equipped to handle issues related to "Art Law," which includes protecting the intellectual property and ownership rights of artists, collectors, gallery owners and museums in works of art they have created or acquired.
  • Construction litigation: Complex construction projects involving multiple parties and sophisticated contracts can end up in dispute no matter how carefully the parties try to avoid it.
  • Franchise and distribution litigation: When business franchise relationships turn sour, untangling each party's rights and interests can be tricky and often requires litigation. We will assert your rights in any franchise dispute.
  • Intellectual property litigation: Our lawyers provide legal advice and representation for clients involved in disputes over patent issues, licensing issues and other issues surrounding the creation and use of intellectual property. We also have extensive experience working through complex trademark and copyright defense and enforcement.
  • Real estate litigation: Our experienced real estate lawyers can protect your interests in zoning and land use disputes, property line disputes, real estate contract disputes and other forms of litigation.

We have a level of courtroom experience that is not just a matter of facility with the substantive law. We are confident and effective communicating our clients' interests effectively to judges in a trial setting. You can always have confidence in the skills our business litigation attorneys bring into the courtroom.

Belleville And Edwardsville Business Defense Attorneys

Many law firms only handle one type of business litigation. At Herzog Crebs LLP, we are adept at meeting all of your business litigation needs. Our Missouri and Illinois attorneys handle complex litigation involving extensive document review and maintenance with the help of our excellent, highly experienced paralegal support staff. We also handle cases involving minimal evidentiary issues that need to be prepared for trial quickly and efficiently.

Whatever your business litigation needs, you can rely on our experienced, flexible, cost-effective and time-sensitive lawyers at Herzog Crebs LLP. Contact us today.

Our attorneys practicing in Business and Commercial Litigation:

Michael A. Vitale, Gene J. Brockland, James R. Keller, Daniel S. Peters, James D. Maschhoff, Don W. Ward, John G. Beseau, Brian M. Wacker, Ashley N. Gatlin

Contact Us

Herzog Crebs LLP
Attorneys At Law
100 North Broadway
14th Floor
St Louis, MO 63102
Local: 314-231-6700
Fax: 314-231-4656
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Belleville office
5111 W. Main Street
Belleville, IL 62226
Local: 618-235-7656
Fax: 314-231-4656
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Edwardsville office
103 West Vandalia Street
Suite 210
Edwardsville, IL 62025
Local: 618-307-4320
Fax: 314-231-4656
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