Our commercial litigation practice involves representation of businesses of all sizes in a wide range of disputes. Our experience ranges from representation of clients in simple two-party contract disputes to complex multi-party disputes. We routinely handle matters involving California’s Unfair Business Practices Statute as well as the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Robbins Rosenthal Act. Our core commercial litigation practice focuses on enforcing notes and leases, and foreclosing upon interests in both personal property and real property, as well as defending against claims made against lenders and brokers.
We also have a significant creditors’ rights practice that emphasizes debt collection, domestication of foreign judgments, obtaining and enforcing writs of attachment and writs of possession, and recovery of personal and real property. Where necessary or desired, our attorneys can move quickly to obtain ex parte writs of attachment, writs of possession, and orders appointing receivers. Similarly, we have extensive experience in defending against the appointment of receivers, and our skills have many times proven critical in bringing parties closer together in the workout process. Our post-judgment execution staff has expertise in enforcing judgments and maximizing recovery for clients.