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Business Litigation & Torts


Business Litigation
Our litigation practice includes the representation of companies in a variety of business disputes.

Examples include:

  • representation of plaintiffs and defendants in various complex commercial litigation and arbitrations involving disputes over corporate acquisitions, technology and intellectual property issues, rights of first refusal, and other contractual and property rights issues;
  • representation of insurance companies in litigation involving coverage disputes and bad faith allegations;
  • representation of plaintiffs and defendants in complex contract lawsuits and arbitrations;
  • representation of a plaintiff in a breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and civil conspiracy case against a hospital conglomerate involving the development and operation of a cancer treatment center; and representation of a large railroad in governmental regulatory matters and litigation over delayed product shipments.

Business Torts
These cases often arise out of complex business and professional relationships and include claims based on fraud, negligent misrepresentation, breach of fiduciary duty, interference with existing and prospective business relationships, civil conspiracy, business disparagement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and other types of unfair competition.

Because business tort cases often involve complex fact scenarios, they require strong investigative and organizational skills. Because such cases involve complex legal theories, they require innovative and creative legal analysis. With our strong academic backgrounds and years of practical experience, our attorneys are well suited to meet these demands.

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