Civil Litigation: It’s All We Do

Representing Individuals

You need an attorney. Now what? We understand the unique difficulties that face individuals in need of legal services. You are in a stressful situation, the stakes are high, and yet you have little understanding of the civil litigation process or how to choose an attorney. Rest assured. We are passionate about serving people just like you.

First, we meet with you, wherever you may be, to obtain detailed information about your circumstances. Next, we take the time to develop a detailed and cost-effective strategy that is focused on results. If we are fortunate enough to earn your business, and litigation is actually in your best interests, we will tirelessly advocate on your behalf.

With our unique experience in representing large corporations and individuals in a broad array of state and federal courts, we have a keen appreciation of the dynamics that facilitate the efficient resolution of disputes, no matter who or what you may be facing. Yet, in every case, we prepare from day one for trial to ensure value for our clients.

Representing Businesses

Our business is adapting to yours. We understand that every business is unique. And so is every dispute. We are committed to minimizing the significant disruption inherent in civil litigation while achieving timely and efficient resolutions. To deliver on that commitment, we focus on combining the finest qualities of large and small firms.

Our experience includes representation of small local businesses as well as national banks, loan servicers, automobile and commercial liability insurers, professional service entities, information-technology providers, and federally-chartered corporations. Many of those matters involved evolving legal issues and a high potential for negative publicity and conflict.

As a consequence of our experience, in many different state and federal forums, we have become finely attuned to the nuances and distinctions that lead to a successful result while concurrently safeguarding the client’s public image. Aggressive but tactful. Persistent but economical. Shouldering the burden of litigation so you can get back to work.