The attorneys in LMWF’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group regularly serves clients across the country. From individuals and closely held companies to large multi-national corporations, our litigators have the ability to represent you in many state, federal and appellate courts throughout the United States. We additionally regularly appear before governmental/administrative boards, agencies and commissions as well as arbitration and mediation panels. Regardless of the venue or size of the client, we consistently strive to tailor a cost-effective defense or prosecution of your claims.
At LMWF, our litigators pride themselves in working collaboratively with the firm’s other corporate-based practice groups to counsel corporate clients on the structure of contracts and transactions so that our clients are able to minimize risk and avoid litigation.
While litigation is rarely the preferred outcome when a dispute arises, in the event a dispute is imminent, we encourage you to contact LMWF’s Litigation & Dispute Resolution Practice Group so that we can help you develop a comprehensive strategy to manage your legal concern while protecting your current and future business interests.
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