Commercial Litigation

When it comes to representing clients in business and real estate matters, a critical aspect of that representation is the ability to handle commercial disputes. When mergers and acquisitions fall apart, business transactions go awry, contracts are breached, or other disputes occur in the corporate world, the Kish Law Firm stands ready to mount an aggressive case for our clients.


A substantial component of our practice is bankruptcy-related litigation, and our representation extends to distressed companies, debtors, creditors, as well as trustees, receivers, equity holders, buyers of distressed assets, and other participants in reorganization, liquidation and workout proceedings. Services are also provided in defending companies and persons sued in bankruptcy and other distress-related litigation, including avoidance and fraudulent conveyance actions, actions to enforce personal and “bad boy” guarantees, and breach of fiduciary duty claims.

The Kish Law Firm also handles a wide-array of general commercial disputes in state, federal and appellate courts. Blending insights and experience from multiple disciplines, we identify solutions and creatively deliver the right result in any given situation. We use pretrial motions and alternative dispute resolution to reduce litigation costs and exposure. Proficient at employing the latest litigation technology, we guide our clients through every aspect of discovery in complex cases, including real estate litigation, multi-district litigation, and appellate practice. In short, we can help our clients with just about any business dispute, anywhere.

Obtaining a positive outcome in commercial litigation begins with recognizing our client’s ultimate goals. We begin by digging deep to understand the situation, the client, the client’s business, and how this all fits into the facts of the dispute. We work with our clients to map out a strategy for resolving the dispute and then executing the plan to get the results our clients want. Every case and client has unique complexities, and we prepare the strategy accordingly.