Commercial and Business Litigation

Attorneys at our firm represent a variety of commercial and business clients ranging in size from small startup companies to large corporations listed in the Fortune 500. We have the experience and staff to handle large and complex cases in state and federal courts.

Members of our commercial and business litigation practice group include Charles E. Atwell, who is a former Circuit Judge and an Assistant United States Attorney. The attorneys in this group provide effective commercial litigation services for companies operating in today’s complex business environment. Our trial lawyers have successfully prosecuted and defended commercial actions, involving a wide variety of contract, tort, fraud, antitrust, business interruption, environmental, and other claims. We also assist clients in resolving business disputes through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and provide counsel on avoiding litigation.

In the last few years we have successfully tried a contract dispute resulting in a 6.5 million dollar verdict for our client, arbitrated an employment matter with a 1.5 million dollar award to our client, successfully settled a class action lawsuit, and obtained several defense verdicts for business clients. These are in addition to the numerous successful settlements we have positioned our corporate clients to enter directly or through alternative dispute resolution. We consistently use creative techniques to obtain a desired result for our clients.

The firm has experience in representing companies and individuals in a variety of business investigations and inquiries, interacting with federal and state agencies as well as representing individuals and companies before courts and grand juries.

Attorneys in Our Commercial and Business Litigation Practice

We are proud of the award-winning talent we are able to field in courtrooms across the region.

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