Knowledgeable Illinois Commercial Litigation Firm Handles All Types of Business Disputes
Skilled Chicago Area lawyer delivers strong results in commercial litigation matters for businesses
Whether your business is the plaintiff or defendant, the outcome of a commercial litigation matter can have permanent consequences for your company. Mr. Mora, understands the importance of these cases and knows how to develop effective strategies for commercial clients. Throughout the Chicago area and Illinois, Mr. Mora aims to provide individualized advice and advocacy to firms in a full range of business litigation. Mr. Mora excels both in court and at the negotiation table.
Accomplished Illinois attorney pursues favorable resolutions for companies
Regardless of the specific issue, Mr. Mora provides comprehensive advocacy that allows you to focus on your business. Mr. Mora assists small and large companies in all types of litigation, including cases relating to:
- Breach of contract
- Fraud claims
- Real estate litigation
- Securities cases
- Insurance cases
Mr. Mora gives clients the information they need to make smart decisions by always considering bottom-line concerns when assessing legal options and delivering cost-effective representation to each business.
Dedicated attorney advocates in trials, mediations and arbitrations
Numerous options exist for companies who seek to resolve a commercial conflict. By working closely with your company, Mr. Mora can outline the relative advantages of each available forum. In many cases, Mr. Mora can save you time, money and stress by using an alternative dispute resolution method such as mediation or arbitration. However, when it is in your best interests, Mr. Mora is always ready to enforce your legal rights at trial.
Contact an established Illinois commercial litigation attorney
At Steven H. Mora, Attorney at Law, Mr. Mora represents Illinois clients in a full range of commercial litigation matters. To schedule a consultation at our Lincolnshire office, call us at or contact us online today.