Contract violations, unpaid debts, intellectual property rights violations, unfair competition, fiduciary duty violations, and other issues pertaining to business operations are examples of the types of issues that can give rise to commercial disputes.
In commercial litigation, disputing parties appear in court or before another legal body, like an arbitral tribunal, to settle the disagreement. Both parties will make arguments and provide evidence to back up their claims during the litigation process, and the judge or arbitrator will then decide how to settle the disagreement.
The fact that commercial litigation is not always the best option for resolving commercial disputes must be emphasized. A fair settlement can frequently be reached without the need for litigation by using negotiation and mediation.
To safeguard the parties' rights and legal interests, commercial litigation might be required if the disagreement cannot be adequately settled through other channels.