Commercial Litigation arises when there are disputes between two or more businesses. Some examples of potential Commercial Litigation areas include breach of contract, business dissolution disputes, interference with business relationships, commercial fraud and franchising issues, among many others. Commercial Litigation differs from Commercial Law and Business Law in that it deals with the disputes between businesses rather than the day-to-day requirements such as drafting of contracts etc...
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