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Commercial Litigation

We have cultivated an active and diverse commercial litigation practice, representing businesses and high net-worth individuals, who often face complex disputes in their business dealings and transactions. We practice before federal and state trial and appeals courts and arbitration panels in New York and throughout the U.S. We are highly successful and experienced trial attorneys, committed to attaining the best results for our clients. Because we understand that litigation can be costly and time-consuming, we view it as a last, but sometimes necessary, resort. We devote much of our time and resources to counseling our clients on how to avoid litigation when possible, by anticipating problems before they occur, and by developing appropriate long-term strategies. However, when conflict is unavoidable, we are committed to exploring all options for a quick, cost-effective, optimal resolution. Our adversaries recognize – based upon our reputation and record in the courts – that we are fully prepared to go to trial if other efforts fail. Therefore, we are in the strongest possible position to negotiate and achieve the most favorable solution for our clients. Some of our areas of expertise include:

  • Real Estate Disputes
  • Breach of Contract
  • Partnership & Shareholder Disputes and Dissolution
  • Fraud & Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Loan Workouts & Foreclosure Actions
  • Employment Disputes
  • Intellectual Property & Licensing
  • Creditors’ Rights and Bankruptcy
  • State and Local Taxation
  • Business Torts
  • Professional Liability Defense
  • Shareholder Derivative Actions
  • Class Actions
  • Civil RICO
  • Antitrust

News & Announcements

Be Careful What You Share Pre-Merger With Your Deal Partner

This article, written by Cailtin L. Bronner, Partner in Ingram's commercial litigation group, discusses the current legal landscape surrounding document sharing during the pre-merger stage of a merger transaction.

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Attorneys Jennifer Zourigui & Roksolana Krasovitskaya Named Among NYREJ's "Women in Professional Services"

We are very proud to share that Jennifer Zourigui and Roksolana Krasovitskaya have been named among the New York Real Estate Journal's 2021 Women in Professional Services.

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Amanda Grannis named among NYREJ's 2021 'Ones to Watch'

Amanda Grannis, attorney in Ingram's Commercial Litigation Group, has been named among the New York Real Estate Journal's 2021 'Ones to Watch'.

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Covid-19 business interruption claims – the current lay of the land

This article provides the current “lay of the land” on whether insurers may be required to pay Covid-19 business interruption claims on a nationwide basis, and includes an analysis of recent attempts to create multi-district litigation of these cases

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Jennifer Zourigui in the New York Law Journal: 10 Tips to Prepare Your Client For a Successful Deposition

A deposition you defend is unlikely to make your case but, as many lawyers have learned the hard way, it may very well break your case. An ill-prepared client is your worst enemy. So it is up to the lawyer to make sure that the witness is ready...

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NYLJ: Benefits and Pitfalls Of Outsourcing Email Services

In this feature article for the New York Law Journal, Robert Banner highlights the benefits of outsourcing email services and offers tips on avoiding common pitfalls.

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Caitlin L. Bronner Argued Before The Second Circuit Court Of Appeals

Caitlin L. Bronner, a member of Ingram’s Litigation Team, argued yesterday before the Second Circuit Court of Appeals on a case involving the intersection of New York State procedural, domestic relations, and trust and estates law.

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Jennifer Zourigui featured in New York Law Journal Alternative Dispute Resolution Special Report

Jennifer Zourigui, Partner in Ingram's Commercial Litigation Group, authored the article "Five Reasons to Include Arbitration Clauses in Business Contracts ... And Five Reasons to Reconsider" published in the New York Law Journal ADR Special Report.

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Caitlin Bronner Featured in the NYLJ: Heeding the ‘Wake Up’ Call on Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 34

It has been more than two years since Rule 34 was amended - Caitlin L. Bronner, partner in Ingram's Commercial Litigation Group, explains why practitioners need to be mindful of this amendment.

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NYLJ: Litigating Against a Former Employer for Additional Compensation

In this feature article for the New York Law Journal, Jennifer Zourigui discusses important topics to cover with your client when asserting a claim for additional compensation from a former employer.

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Dean G. Yuzek and Caitlin L. Bronner Quoted In IAWatch Weekly Briefing

Lights, Camera,Fraud! Ingram's own Dean G. Yuzek and Caitlin L. Bronner are quoted in this regulatory compliance briefing.

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