Business Litigation & Trade Regulation

Murray Law has a broad business litigation and trade regulation practice with emphasis on commercial litigation, corporate litigation, antitrust and trade regulation, real estate litigation and other related litigation.  The firm's practice encompasses all aspects of commercial relationships, including disputes involving the Uniform Commercial Code, contracts, business dissolutions, and financial arrangements. 

Murray Law also represents clients in litigation involving public and closely held corporations and corporate officers, directors and shareholders. This includes litigation involving management and corporate control issues, employment agreements, covenants not to compete, financial transactions and insurance coverage disputes.  In addition, the firm represents partnerships, partners and sole proprietors in similar types of commercial litigation.

Murray Law handles matters involving price discrimination, dealer termination, territorial restraints, price-related restraints and restrictive covenants.  The firm has represented clients in cases involving Lanham Act unfair competition claims and trademark infringement. In addition, the firm handles trade regulation work and counsels clients on the legality of business and distribution arrangements under the antitrust and consumer protection laws.  Murray Law also represents businesses in disputes relating to the financing of real estate transactions.