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Ain & Stein, LLC
401 North Washington Street, Suite 500
Rockville, Maryland 20850

Telephone: 301-838-0199
Facsimile: 301-309-9436

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Business Litigation

Maryland & Washington, D.C. Business Litigation Lawyers

The lawyers of Ain & Stein, LLC are experienced in all phases of dispute resolution for business clients, including litigation, arbitration and mediation.

Business Litigation

  • Commercial Litigation
  • Arbitration and Mediation of Disputes
  • Business Torts
  • Breach of Contract
  • Breach of Fiduciary Duties
  • Contract Interpretation Disputes
  • Specific Performance of Contracts
  • Insurance Disputes and Collection of Insurance Benefits
  • Tort Litigation involving Damage and Injuries to Employees
  • Disputes among Owners, Partners and Joint-Venturers
  • Injunctions
  • Construction Disputes

Business Torts

Ain & Stein’s related experience in personal injuries, products liability, accidental injuries, claims arising from trauma, defective equipment and motor vehicle accidents makes the firm uniquely qualified to advise companies and corporations in safety procedures and policies and to provide legal services to the officers, directors and employees of businesses.

  • Product Liability
  • Negligent or Intentional Misrepresentation
  • Fraud
  • Conversion/Theft
  • Malicious Prosecution, Abuse of Process and Frivolous Law Suits
  • Interference with Contract
  • Slander and Libel
  • Patent Protection
  • Interference with Employment Relationships

Business Organizations

Representative Cases

  • After the death of their father, a brother and sister inherited a famous liquor store and became involved in a dispute about how the brother managed the business.
  • A husband was employed in his wife’s very successful government contract business. When the marriage deteriorated, he told some of her clients that she was dishonest, and suit was brought against him in the District of Columbia for slander and tortuous interference in contractual relationships.
  • When a commercial building owner replaced its flat roof, a leak developed, damaging the leasehold of one of the tenants.
  • A man contracted to purchase a restaurant, and after he spent a substantial funds in renovations and advertising, the owner locked out the buyer and refused to close the deal. The buyer obtained a substantial settlement during litigation.
  • A night club owner was sued when a patron was injured in a fight on the premises.
  • A family purchased a home and two days after taking occupancy discovered that the sellers had failed to disclose a serious leak beneath the master bathroom shower.
  • Partners in a business discovered that a partner stole more than $600,000 from them.
  • The owner of a business fired an incompetent employee who then counter-sued the owner for breach of contract.
  • A contractor accepted money for a residential remodeling job, completed a portion of the work improperly and then skipped town.
  • The owner of a business discovered that a business in another state was using the name of his business.
  • A company needed an injunction to stop one of its shareholders from taking the proceeds of a business loan for himself.
  • An officer in a business left to start his own business in a nearby town despite a non-compete clause in his contract.
  • When a law firm broke-up, the partners fought over the accounts receivable, who deserved the fees from work in progress, and the meaning of certain provisions in their partnership agreement.
  • We obtained a constructive trust on proceeds of a foreclosure sale on behalf of our client after property was foreclosed upon without the knowledge of one of the owner’s of the property.


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