Small Business Litigation Attorneys on Long Island

Small Business Litigation Lawyers Serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties

Bellavia Blatt, a Long Island law firm specializing in small and medium-sized business franchise law, understands the day-to-day demands that a small business owner faces in focusing on the core product or service of their business. Unfortunately, disputes are a part of every business operation, no matter the size, and disputes force the business owner to divert their attention from growing their business. Bellavia Blatt can handle your small business legal concerns and is readily available to help.

Bellavia Blatt has the legal experience to help a small or medium-sized business owner focus on his/her core product or service when the business is facing a lawsuit. Our experienced litigators in Suffolk and Nassau counties will look out for your business’s legal interests.  We have been involved in some of the most noteworthy and widely publicized commercial litigation cases in the State of New York. You can count on Bellavia Blatt to be there with you every step of the way.

We handle a variety of small business litigation matters on Long Island such as the following:

  • Contract and shareholder disputes
  • Franchise and licensing disputes
  • Bank or lender disputes
  • Corporate and partnership dissolution
  • Injunctions
  • Collections
  • Breach of contract
  • Non-compete agreements

Bellavia Blatt understands that small and medium-sized businesses are reluctant to use litigation to settle a dispute due to the costs involved. Therefore, we understand that efficiency and cost effectiveness are important to a successful resolution of any legal issues brought to our attention. We will concentrate on your businesses legal problems and concerns so that you can concentrate your business.

Contact Bellavia Blatt for more information on how your business can benefit from our legal expertise by calling 516-873-3000 in Nassau County.

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