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Cohen Seglias' Commercial Litigation Group handles litigation matters in state and federal courts and before administrative agencies throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region on a variety of business, real estate and commercial issues for large and small businesses, as well as individuals. It is safe to say that whatever litigation matters face our clients, the Commercial Litigation Group is well prepared and experienced to represent their interests from preliminary negotiations, to trials, to appeals.

CORPORATE & PARTNERSHIP DISPUTES
Our Commercial Litigation Group is well-versed in corporate and partnership disputes. Whether your company is faced with threats from third parties or is undergoing internal struggles, we are well positioned to advise and counsel you through the resolution of problems, including the litigation of matters that cannot be resolved.

CONTRACT DISPUTES
The lawyers in our Group routinely handle contract disputes for our clients. Many times, litigation is focused not so much on what a contract might say but on the effect different contract interpretations can have on your on-going business. When resolutions to disputes are not possible, we stand by our clients and seek to obtain for them, in the most appropriate venue, the outcome that will be most beneficial to their businesses.


 
 
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Court Upholds Rights of Small Business Dredging Contractors
Michael H. Payne,Robert G. Ruggieri, October 14, 2014
In a bid protest argued by our firm before the United States Court of Federal Claims on September 23, 2014, the Court ruled in favor of our client, RLB Contracting, Inc., (RLB) in a matter involving the designation of the dredging exception to NAICS code 237990, which is for “Other Heavy and...

Is the End Near for Race-Conscious Contracting Programs? Federal Contractor Challenges the 8(a) Minority Business Development Program
Edward T. DeLisle,Kayleen Egan,Maria L. Panichelli, August 25, 2014
Is the Small Business Administration’s (“SBA”) minority business development program, also known as the “8(a) Program” unconstitutional? The legality of the program has been a hot topic of debate over the year, most recently due to a significant DC District Court...

Big Changes for Small Business: Revisions to Protest and Appellate Procedure
Edward T. DeLisle,Maria L. Panichelli,Gary J. Repke, Jr., August 19, 2014
Attention all small business owners! As a result of a final rule issued by the FAR Council on July 25, requirements for protesting small businesses size and eligibility status are changing effective August 25, 2014. This rule, which finalizes an interim rule issued on March 7, 2013, updates size...

Schuylkill Products: Important Lessons and Reminders about the Power of the False Claims Act
Daniel E. Fierstein,Jennifer M. Horn,Katherine Tohanczyn, July 04, 2014
As many federal government contractors know, the False Claims Act (FCA) is a tool used by the federal government to deter fraud. Those found to have knowingly submitted false information to the government in violation of the FCA stand to suffer the imposition of fines, forfeiture of improperly...