Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Many of the nation's prominent nonprofit organizations, families and individuals, and businesses of all sizes, have sought our help to resolve difficult disputes or litigation of one kind or another. Our litigators have handled cases on behalf of leading:

  • Family-owned businesses and individual partners, officers or shareholders
  • Local and state government entities
  • Nonprofit and religious institutions
  • Private real estate developers, land owners and property managers
  • Professional fiduciaries, trustees and wealth managers

Our clients' successes are a direct result of our attorneys' combined courtroom experience and depth, especially in high-stakes business litigation, probate litigation and disputes involving land use and real estate.

Our approach

Experience has shown that clients get the best results when they are involved. For example, clients partner with our litigation team in developing a strategy, one which includes a cost-benefit analysis at critical junctures and that minimizes the impacts of litigation on business operations and corporate relationships.

Courts have a high regard for our attorneys as aggressive advocates with a reputation for civility. We regularly try cases in the Land Court, the Probate Court, the Superior Court and the Federal Court as well as in the state and federal appellate courts.

Alternatives

Litigation is potentially costly. That's why we work with our clients to explore the comparative benefits of various dispute resolution alternatives. These include mediation, arbitration or a combination of approaches.

Clients turn to our litigators to pursue the alternative best calculated to resolve a dispute cost effectively.

Case Study: Enforcing a Non-Compete Agreement with a Former Employee

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