Commercial litigation is among the broadest areas of legal practice. Controversies can arise in the areas of breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, business torts, civil RICO, employee defection and recruitment, financial services litigation, fraud, insurance coverage controversies, professional errors and omissions, restrictive covenant agreements, internal governance disputes, securities, shareholder issues, tax protection, trade secrets, tortious interference and unfair competition.
With experienced commercial litigators, we are prepared, as always, to vigorously try your case. We are also equally aware that costs of litigation are of significant concern to business executives and in-house counsel. We work closely with our clients to ensure the most efficient approach to each matter consistent with the client’s overall goals.
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