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The Long Island-based commercial litigation attorneys at Barnes & Barnes, P.C. pursue complex business claims in the Commercial Division of the New York State Supreme Court, Federal Court and various arbitration forums (including AAA, JAMS, NAM, FINRA and ICC).  Although the types of claims pursued are conventional (including  breach of contract; business torts; fraud; shareholder and partnership disputes; breach of fiduciary duty; unfair competition; tortious interference; restrictive covenants; debtor/creditor claims; and federal and state statutory claims), the industries which we serve spans a virtually unlimited-in-scope range,  including:  financial services; medical; fashion; banking; energy; health care; manufacturing; mortgage; real estate; retail; dental; technology; insurance; agricultural; cyber; marine; legal; telecommunications, etc.

Although many of our clients are immersed in complex, and sometimes bet-the-company disputes, our decades of experience in Commercial Litigation permits us to deliver pragmatic strategies to achieve solutions which align with the client’s business objectives.   In that regard,  we achieve timely and relevant results on a cost-effective, results-oriented matter. 

We invite you to explore our website and learn why our sage advice and tenacious advocacy constitutes a key client asset.

BUSINESS
DISPUTES

BREACH OF
CONTRACT

FRAUD &
FINANCIAL
MISCONDUCT

INTERFERENCE
WITH BUSINESS
RELATIONSHIPS

SHAREHOLDER
& PARTNERSHIP
DISPUTES

UNFAIR COMPETITION
IN BUSINESS

TROs &
INJUNCTIONS

RESTRICTIVE
COVENANTS &
NON-COMPETES

REAL ESTATE
DISPUTES

DEBTOR &
CREDITOR CLAIMS

CONSTRUCTION
LAW

UNPAID WAGE
CLAIMS

BREACH OF
FIDUCIARY DUTY

COMMERCIAL
LITIGATION

Case Studies

Strategic Motion to Dismiss Reduces Complaint from 15 Causes of Action to Solely Breach of Contract, Greatly Reducing the Scope of Claims and Expense to Defend

Challenge B&B was retained to defend a corporate defendant which had been accused of breaching a contract and violating certain industry licensing requirements. The Plaintiff filed a blunderbuss Complaint, containing literally 15 distinct causes of action; in...

Prevailing At Trial For Breach of Aircraft Lease Agreement

After trial, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of B&B’s Client, determining that the lessee of an aircraft breached a lease, and awarded B&B’s client damages, counsel fees and interest. Challenge B&B represented the Delaware corporate owner and lessor of an...

Recovery of $1.5 Million After Breach of Real Estate Contract

Barnes & Barnes, P.C., represented the Seller of a commercial real estate complex and recovered a $1 million down payment, plus counsel fees and nearly $500,000 in pre-judgment interest, after the Purchaser defaulted. Challenge B&B’s client was selling a...

Temporary Restraining Order Precludes Loss of Vice President to Major Competitor

Barnes & Barnes, P.C., successfully secured a Temporary Restraining Order precluding a Client’s former Vice President of Global Business Development from starting work as President of a competitor located less than two miles from the Client’s office Challenge...