Commercial and Tax Litigation
Get the best resolution you can to your business and tax disputes, in the shortest time possible.
Steven Notinger's law office can assist you in any matters related to commercial or tax litigation. We can review your options and advise you in taking the best course to protect the interests of your business, whether the matter can be solved through negotiation or must be taken to court. Businesses can get in a wide range of different types of business and tax disputes, and Attorney Steven Notinger is here to guide you through all of them.
Commercial Litigation is a broad category that includes all types of business disputes, between legal issues starting a business, dissolving a business, or anything in between. Steve Notinger can fight for your business's interests in commercial matters involving:
Breach of contract
...and much more. You need an experienced attorney to protect your business in all these complex legal situations, and Steve is here to help.
Audits and tax litigation can happen to anyone. Individuals, businesses, trusts, and even the estates of deceased persons can be involved in tax disputes with the government at all levels--federal, state, or local. Dealing with the authorities and the IRS can be intimidating, even to seasoned business owners. It is important to know your rights and explore all your options to achieve the best outcome possible. Attorney Steven Notinger has over 25 years of experience helping individuals and businesses through tax disputes. He can advise you and your accountant on what the options are in your situation, and assist you in filing appeals or going to court.
These are some of the common business situations have the potential to land you in costly tax disputes if you are not guided by an experienced attorney:
Employment tax, including employment of seasonal, contract, or immigrant workers
Purchasing or selling a business
Sales tax, including online sales
Never try to go it alone when dealing with the IRS. Call Steve to stand up for your rights and defend the interests of you or your business.