Commercial Litigation: Recent Results

Commercial Litigation

At Varcadipane & Pinnisi, PC we understand that success often comes with adversity. When adversity knocks on your door, let our experienced attorneys stand by your side. Because we always have your best interests in mind, we will work hard to avoid costly litigation. We will explore less expensive alternatives for dispute resolution, such as arbitration and mediation. If less costly alternatives are unsuccessful, and litigation is the only option, we will provide you with realistic guidance and expectations and we will work closely with you to formulate specific objectives and goals and design a plan that meets your particular situation. Throughout litigation, we never lose sight of your objectives, which is always the primary driving force in our tactics and strategy.


  • Business Disputes

  • Insurance Disputes

  • Estates and Trust Disputes

  • Real Estate Disputes and

  • Construction Disputes

For more information on commercial litigation please call us at (201)588.1500 or send us an email at to arrange an immediate free consultation in River Vale, NJ or NYC.

  • Dismissal Of Twenty-Three Count Complaint Under N.J. Consumer Fraud Act And N.J. RICO Statute.
  • Dismissal Of $200,000 Claim By Nursing Home Against Relative Of Patient Who Signed Admission Agreement.
  • Recovery Of $225,000 For Unpaid Money Judgment Secured By Our Business Client.
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