LAW OFFICE OF
DAVID H. RELKIN

Attorney David H. Relkin has 33 years of distinguished practice in a wide range of commercial legal matters, including litigation, arbitration, collections, avoiding and collecting fraudulent conveyances, creditors right, letters of credit, trademark disputes, goods sold and delivered, and PACA disputes.

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COMMERCIAL & BUSINESS LITIGATION

Contact attorney David H. Relkin to discuss whether your dispute can, or must be best resolved through litigation or arbitration. Mr. Relkin's commercial law practice represents a wide variety of business clients, both public and private entities.

COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION

Contact business arbitration lawyer David H. Relkin to schedule a consultation regarding arbitration of any commercial dispute. Mr. Relkin represents clients in Arbitration Tribunals involving sales disputes, contract disputes, shareholders' disputes, joint venture disputes and employment and construction disputes, among others. He handles numerous commercial and business arbitrations per year.

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COLLECTIONS

Contact attorney David H. Relkin to schedule a consultation regarding collections of any type, accounts receivable, guaranty obligations, loans, letters of credit, or individual commercial debt.

FRAUDULENT CONVEYANCES

Fraudulent conveyances, including any transfer of money or other assets that deprives the creditor of an avenue of collection, are a focus of the law practice of New York City lawyer David H. Relkin. Schedule a consultation by contacting his law office through this Web site or by phone. Mr. Relkin greatly expanded the meaning of fraudulent conveyances to include arbitration in a case of first impression. 

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