Commercial Litigation

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Legal disputes between businesses, individuals and government agencies are common and frequently revolve around such issues as real estate, eminent domain and contract disputes. If you believe you may have a claim or are facing a lawsuit, it is important to have a firm grasp on your rights. In order to protect your interests and achieve an outcome that meets your needs, it is crucial to consult with an experienced trial lawyer.

At the law firm of Cleary Shahi & Aicher, P.C., we diligently pursue justice on behalf of our clients in Vermont. Our skilled trial attorneys combine for more than 160 years of experience and understand how much you have at stake personally and professionally. For spirited and aggressive trial representation, contact our team today at 802-775-8800.


We provide legal counsel and trial representation in a broad range of situations, including:

  • Breach of contract litigation
  • Ownership disputes
  • Collections and payment disputes
  • Construction litigation
  • Commercial real estate litigation
  • Eminent domain litigation

Our attorneys have expertise in a wide range of legal issues that impact our commercial clients and our relationships with highly qualified experts are a critical part of our success. Their experience is combined with a commitment to client service. We dedicate the necessary time to understand the complete scope of the issues facing our clients and devise successful strategies for protecting their interests.

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If you have questions regarding a possible suit for damages, we can provide knowledgeable answers and experienced representation. Please contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with our Vermont commercial litigation lawyers.

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