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Business, Commercial and Insurance Law


Our business, commercial and insurance law attorneys at CT Law offer a wide range of representation to businesses of all types. Our lawyers offer assistance from the inception of your business by providing advice, document preparation and other transactional services, as well as issues that arise when running your business.

Since most companies cannot afford the luxury of in-house counsel, many companies use CT Law as general counsel. At the first sign of a legal issue, we can help your company quickly identify legal issues, evaluate options, provide advice and act on your instructions.

We understand litigation can be a lengthy process and quite costly to you. Unfortunately, sometimes, litigation is unavoidable. When this occurs, we will help you determine if litigation is truly the best option. If it is, you want an attorney you can trust, by your side, both in and out of the courtroom. You want an attorney with the expertise to resolve your legal matter as efficiently as possible. We will thoroughly evaluate your case and develop a comprehensive and creative strategy for you.

We are dedicated to helping businesses succeed. Our attorneys handle all legal matters affecting businesses from organization, operation, to litigation, to dissolution. We assist businesses with matters such as:

  • Human resources management
  • Employment agreements, such as non-compete and confidentiality agreements
  • Commercial leasing
  • Commercial lease disputes between landlord and tenant
  • Contracts with suppliers of goods and services
  • Manufacturer/contractor agreements
  • Contract disputes between buyers and sellers of real property
  • Lien disputes between contractors and subcontractors
  • Quality of work and workmanship issues between property owners and contractors
  • Litigation
  • Personal injury defense
  • Premises liability
  • Insurance coverage
  • Insurance defense
  • Subrogation
  • Insurance fraud/Bad faith
  • Collections/Payment disputes
  • Payment disputes between suppliers and purchasers of services
  • Workout disputes in bankruptcy proceedings
  • Breach of contract
  • Wrongful discharge, discrimination, harassment and employment disputes
  • Partnership disputes
  • Business dissolution

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