Commercial & Business Litigation

Having been in existence since 1962, the spectrum of commercial and business litigation handled by Wingert Grebing is virtually limitless. Disputes between competing businesses, employer/employees, lender/borrower/guarantors, misuse of intellectual property and trade secrets, abuses of trust, collection of debt, and breaches of all kinds of agreements and contracts are routinely handled by members of the firm. The firm’s ability to effectively litigate these types of matters, in addition to the ability to offer its clients sound advice and counsel outside of litigation, is what sets it apart from other firms offering general commercial and business legal services. If you or your company are involved in a “bet the company” litigation or dispute, Wingert Grebing is the firm to retain.

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