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Litigation Attorney in Nassau County

Representing Both Plaintiffs & Defendants in Long Island & NYC

Litigation is the process of taking a legal dispute to court. In most cases, the plaintiff (the person or entity who files the lawsuit) has the burden of proof, meaning they must provide enough evidence to convince the judge and jury that their claim for compensation is valid.

At Kapoor Law Firm, our litigation attorney in Nassau County handles both civil and business litigation cases. We represent plaintiffs and defendants throughout the state of New York, and our goal in every case is to advance our clients’ best interests and fight for favorable resolutions on their behalf.

For dedicated representation in Garden City, contact our litigation lawyer online or call (516) 806-4070 today.

Understanding the Litigation Process

Litigation involves an extensive series of steps, and our litigation lawyer handles every phase with extraordinary care.

Whether you are a plaintiff or defendant, we can effectively execute the following litigation stages:

  • Initial investigation. From taking witness statements to gathering documents, we can assess whether you have enough evidence to obtain compensation through a lawsuit or defend yourself against a claim. Depending on the situation and your goals, we may attempt pre-litigation negotiations to try and settle your case without going to court.
  • Filing pleadings and motions. We can draft summons, complaints, counterclaims, motions to dismiss evidence, motions of judgment, and more. This process requires careful consideration of the circumstances at hand, and we can help you understand every aspect of the legal process along the way.
  • Discovery. Discovery is the process of exchanging relevant information before the trial, and it is perhaps the most critical phase of a lawsuit. We have a litany of methods we can use to obtain all information we will need for your case. With this evidence, we can identify potential issues and develop an effective litigation strategy.
  • Trial preparation. Once we have collected all evidence, the week proceeding the trial will involve a wide variety of tasks. We may consult with you, retain expert witnesses, attend conferences, and otherwise prepare our strategy.
  • Trial. By collaborating with both you and our experts, we can ensure the best possible execution of our airtight litigation strategy. The trial process will involve examining and cross-examining witnesses, giving statements to the judge and jury, preparing you for testimony, and delivering compelling arguments.
  • Appeal. If we do not achieve the outcome you need, we may be able to file an appeal. We can develop powerful appellate strategies to give your case the best possible chance of success.

What Is the Difference Between Civil Litigation & Business Litigation?

Civil litigation is a legal dispute between two people, while business litigation (also called commercial litigation) involves a dispute between businesses. They both differ from criminal cases, which involve the threat of jail time or other penalties.

Civil litigation may involve:

  • Contract disputes
  • Property/real estate disputes
  • Torts (personal injury or property damage)
  • Equitable claims/injunctions (stopping a party from conducting a certain activity)

Business litigation, on the other hand, may involve:

  • Breach of contract
  • Partnership disputes
  • Business torts
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Deceptive trade
  • Insurance disputes

No matter the type of case you bring to our firm, you can trust us to work tirelessly toward a favorable outcome. We can take into account your individual and business objectives to determine which strategy will best accomplish those goals.

If you need a fearless litigator, we are the team for you. Call (516) 806-4070 or fill out our online contact form to get started today.

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