Business Litigation

Often times corporations, both large and small, require the representation of legal counsel.

The attorneys at Furst & Lurie have extensive experience representing both large and small business entities in various matters including, but not limited to: disputes between commercial landlords and their tenants; disputes between corporations and their clients;  disputes between corporations and their employees; and disputes between corporations and the government – including in the tax courts. Indeed, our founding partner, Henry Furst, regularly appears in the United States Tax Court regarding various tax related issues when accountants and the IRS are unable to work out a resolution themselves and litigation becomes necessary.

In addition to representing the corporate entity itself, we regularly are retained by corporations to represent their employees, managers, or members of their board of directors to avoid conflicts of interest between the corporate entity and the individuals.

In addition, we regularly act as local counsel for out-of-state corporations who have counsel in their primary jurisdiction but have been sued in New Jersey.

Please feel free to contact us to see if we can assist your business.