The Firm is a full-service litigation practice. Our complex litigation lawyers have established an excellent reputation by aggressively, efficiently, and successfully representing clients in state and federal trial courts, as well as in administrative boards, government agencies, and alternative dispute tribunals in, among others, the following areas:
Real Estate Law
- Home buying and selling
- Landlord disputes
- Lease agreements
- Foreclosure defense
- Property boundary disputes
- Eminent domain
Corporate law refers to the laws, regulations, and rules associated with corporations. At the Law Offices of Bovino & Associates, PC, we have experience working with corporations of all sizes, spanning a variety of industries. We’ve represented clients in cases involving corporation formation, operation, mergers and acquisitions, shareholders’ rights, and more.
Commercial litigation encompasses any type of dispute in the business world, including but not limited to:
- Breach of contract
- Breach of fiduciary duty allegations
- Partnership and/or joint venture disputes
Family law focuses on a variety of issues pertaining to family relationships, such as:
- Divorce and separation
- Child custody
- Child support
- Spousal support
These issues are often complex, with both individuals seeking a similar outcome.
Personal Injury, including Sexual Assault
Personal injury is a legal term that defines disputes that arise when an individual suffers harm as a result of another party’s negligence.
Examples of incidents that could result in a personal injury claim include:
- Car accident
- Truck accident
- Motorcycle accident
- Bicycle or pedestrian accident
- Slip and fall
Within the realm of personal injury, our law firm also handles sexual assault cases.
Medical malpractice comes to light when a hospital, medical facility, pharmacy, doctor, or another type of health care professional acts in a negligent manner, which results in injury to a patient.
There are many forms of medical malpractice, including:
- Surgical errors
- Failure to diagnose
- Incorrect treatment for a diagnosed condition
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Birth injuries
Establishing medical malpractice is a challenge, as you must be able to prove duty, deviation, direct causation, and damages.
Overseen by federal bankruptcy courts, the bankruptcy process is designed to help individuals and businesses better manage and/or eliminate some or all of their debt.
There are six general types of bankruptcy:
- Chapter 7: liquidation
- Chapter 13: repayment plan
- Chapter 9: municipalities
- Chapter 11: business reorganization
- Chapter 12: family farmers
- Chapter 15: foreign debtors filing in the United States
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are most common among individuals filing for bankruptcy. Chapter 11 is the preferred method of corporations.
Tort Claims, including Defamation
The Cornell Law School Legal Information Institute defines tort as follows:
“A tort is an act or omission that gives rise to injury or harm to another and amounts to a civil wrong for which courts impose liability.”
Examples of tort claims include:
- Assault and battery
- False imprisonment
- Product liability
- Private and public nuisances
Class Action Lawsuits
Class action lawsuits, also known as mass tort litigation, are lawsuits in which a group of individuals with the same injuries by the same product file suit as a group.
Some of the most common class action lawsuits are associated with prescription drugs, such as Belviq, Zantac, Benicar, and Pradaxa.