New York Real Estate Litigation & Business Disputes

The Wright Law Firm offers extensive expertise in commercial litigation, specializing in real estate disputes and other business-related conflicts within both State and Federal Courts. Our comprehensive portfolio includes cases involving:

  • Commercial Real Estate Litigation:
    • Landlord-tenant disputes, encompassing commercial holdover or non-payment proceedings
    • Conflicts arising from retail or office leases, such as disputes over landlord consent or exclusivity clauses
    • Various real estate disputes involving title, easements, or breach of warranty
    • Yellowstone Injunctions
    • Property Damage claims
    • Disputes over brokers’ agreements
    • Enforcement of Good Guy Guaranties
    • Defense against Department of Buildings or Fire Department Violations
  • Business Dispute Litigation:
    • Disputes arising from buy-out transactions
    • Representation of buyers or sellers of businesses in post-transaction disputes, including claims of fraud or breach of contract

While litigation may be inevitable in some cases, we prioritize timely and cost-effective resolutions. Additionally, our firm has extensive experience representing litigants in commercial arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association (AAA).

Recent Representative Commercial Litigation Matters include:

  • Successful defense of a Manhattan nightclub against a Federal Court Civil Rights Action, resulting in the discontinuation of the case with no damages paid to our client
  • Representation of a client who purchased a restaurant-delicatessen based on misrepresentations by the seller, resulting in a money judgment exceeding $100,000 after a Supreme Court Trial
  • Resolution of partnership disputes in a Williamsburg nightclub through Judicial Dissolution, leading to a favorable buy-out offer for our client
  • Reduction of Department of Building fines from $100,000 to $40,000 for a chain of restaurants due to a contractor’s mistake, achieved through representation before the NYC Environmental Control Board (ECB)
  • Successful negotiation with the City to reopen a major Midtown Manhattan nightclub closed by the NYPD in a nuisance abatement action, with minimal fines incurred.

To schedule a consultation with our firm, please get in touch with us via email or call us at 212-619-1500.