business professionals in a glass boardroom meeting complex commercial litigation

We represent plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts across the country.  Our clients include corporations, investors, directors, officers, and senior executives.  We aggressively protect our clients’ interests in all phases of a dispute.  For defendants involved in a civil litigation matter, the objective is to aggressively protect our clients’ rights in opposing the plaintiff’s claim.  On the other hand, plaintiffs in a civil litigation matter typically wish to right a wrong, enforce obligations in an agreement, or obtain compensation for an injury. 

As experienced litigators, we develop strategies from the beginning of each representation to prepare the case for trial.  Nevertheless, we always take a practical approach and understand there may be times when exploring resolution before trial may be in the best interest of our clients.  We are always striving to develop creative solutions to complex disputes.  Our training and experience help us to isolate the key issues in complex cases and to systematically attack each one.

Our practice includes complex commercial litigation in the following categories:

  • Fraud
  • Breach of contract
  • Accounting
  • Dissolution or breakup of a business
  • Unfair business practices
  • Business disputes
  • Bankruptcy
  • Trade secrets
  • Intellectual Property/Licensing disputes
  • Non-compete covenants
  • Securities matters
  • Breach of warranties
  • Employment litigation
  • Insurance disputes

Our litigators work closely with clients to evaluate their potential claims or defenses related to the subject of litigation.  We represent clients before administrative agencies, alternative dispute resolution proceedings such as mediation or arbitration, jury or court trials in state and federal court as well as proceedings before appellate courts.  We help clients prepare their cases and counsel them on steps and procedures involved.  When required, our attorneys will engage and work closely with experts including investigators, accountants, economic impact analysts, and other relevant professionals.