New Jersey's Chancery Court requires a different kind of lawyering than the Law Division. It requires creativity. It also requires an understanding of the technical procedures involved. Finally, it requires experience.
At Dunn Lambert, LLC, our New Jersey Chancery Court attorneys have the creativity, knowledge and experience to represent our clients in the courts of equity. We limit our practice to business law, which means that most of our cases are handled in Chancery Court, in front of the very judges that you will face in your case.
Contact our law firm to schedule a consultation by calling 201-957-0874.
Demanding Equitable Relief in Chancery Courts
Generally, civil business litigation involves demanding specific, equitable relief, such as:
- Temporary restraining orders (TROs)
- Actions for specific performance
- Actions against shareholders and partners
- Business dissolutions
- Rent receiver
Equitable relief is an option when financial damages cannot adequately and completely compensate the plaintiff. Through the Courts of Chancery, relief is granted by requiring performance of a specific action (such as granting full title to a piece of commercial real estate ) or by preventing an action through an injunction.
Protecting Your Business During Chancery Court Litigation
Since 1998, our law firm has built a reputation for excellence in business litigation. We understand that a fair settlement agreement outside of court is often the best solution for New Jersey businesses. However, if the opposition refuses to be reasonable, we will be prepared to argue your case in Chancery Court.
Contact Our Paramus Court of Equity Lawyers
Not every New Jersey attorney has the experience, creativity and knowledge to handle complex disputes in front of the highly technical Chancery Court. We do. Please contact our Chancery Court lawyers in Paramus, New Jersey, to learn more.