Understanding the many legal challenges that businesses face, our attorneys help manage, strategically evaluate, and advise our business clients on all aspects of pre-litigation and litigation disputes. Our team handles a broad array of complex issues and disputes that can arise in the business setting, such as unfair competition, fraud, restrictive covenants, non-compete provisions, misappropriation, consumer fraud, breach of contract, partnership/shareholder disputes, class actions, breach of fiduciary duty, and many other disputes with other businesses or individuals. Our litigators assess the details and scope of the matter to determine a legal strategy that comports with a practical approach and makes good business sense, thus serving the best interests of the client. Because successful representation begins with listening, understanding the business and asking the right questions, our attorneys work with each client to be proactive in all matters. Our clients benefit from the collective knowledge and experience of seasoned attorneys in every practice area throughout the firm.
By regularly providing pre-litigation advice and counseling, our team helps the firm’s clients to understand the complexity of a potential dispute and is prepared move to litigation or alternative dispute resolution as quickly as needed. When assessing a new litigation matter or concern, whether as a plaintiff or a defendant, we seek to address both the legal and business needs of our clients. In active litigation, our attorneys are able to evaluate potential outcomes and shift strategies as needed. Our litigators have diverse experience in representing business entities from smaller non-profits to Fortune 500 companies in matters pending before state and federal courts at the trial and appellate levels.
Whether they are defending high-stakes “bet-the-company” litigation or headed to small claims court, our attorneys prepare each case as if it will go to trial but remain committed at every stage and in every type of proceeding to the same goal: achieving a positive, cost-effective outcome for the client.
- Harris Neal Feldman Presenting at NBI Human Resource Law SeminarSeptember 15, 2015National Business Institute