Civil Practice

Business and personal disputes require swift, sure handling to avoid litigation or, when necessary, to obtain a favorable result. We recognize the value of solving problems to promote your business success.  Our seasoned attorneys use their skills to craft a plan which will help you achieve the best possible outcome for you or your business, weighing the costs and benefits of litigation at each stage of the process.  We recognize that litigation can be an expensive and time-consuming undertaking, which is only made worthwhile through achievement of a positive result.

Civil Trial and Appellate Practice in Federal and State Court

We handle general business matters, complex contract disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, unfair business and trade practice claims, insurance coverage issues, tort claims, construction litigation, real estate disputes, and other civil matters.

We have represented clients in both state and federal courts, in arbitration proceedings and before governmental agencies in resolving a wide range of civil litigation matters.

Arbitrations, AAA, FINRA

Our lawyers have extensive experience representing our clients in arbitration proceedings before both private and institutional bodies, including the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).  No matter the venue, we bring the same level of experience and focus to work on your behalf.   

Professional Disciplinary Proceedings

It is critical for professionals facing disciplinary actions to be represented by experienced counsel.  Our attorneys have successfully represented professionals in disciplinary proceedings before a wide-range of licensing authorities, including the Board of Bar Overseers, the Board of Registration in Medicine, and Board of Registration in Nursing.  We understand the emotional and professional issues involved when dealing with the disciplinary process.  Our clients can depend upon our knowledge and experience to achieve the best possible results, so that they can return to business as usual.