We offer an experience-based assessment of your rights and prospects for prevailing in a dispute, and are committed to achieving an outcome that serves your interests, either through settlement or trial.

Our business litigation attorneys can help you resolve a vast array of disputes in numerous areas of law.

Whether you find yourself seeking to preserve commercial rights or property, or having to avoid addressing the actions of others or the inflated expectations of an opponent, we are experienced and staffed to handle complex litigation and are equally prepared to help you negotiate a settlement or aggressively take your case to trial.

Because dispute resolution is not merely confined to litigation, we also offer arbitration and mediation as alternatives to the judicial process. We can serve as your advocate or as a neutral party.

As experienced commercial litigators, we assist clients in many different areas, including:

  • Business disputes
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Employment rights
  • Pension rights
  • Tax controversies
  • Creditor rights
  • Estate and trust disputes
  • Real estate disputes
  • Construction claims
  • Garnishment claims
  • Fraud
  • Embezzlement
  • Defamation
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Collections
  • Foreclosure
  • Commercial evictions

Litigation Avoidance

Among our litigation resources, you will benefit from the wisdom and skills of experienced trial attorneys, appellate advocates and a former Superior Court judge.

Much estate or business litigation can be avoided among reasonable people, and our Phoenix attorneys give special attention to helping clients avoid litigation. We offer an honest assessment of your rights and prospects, as well as a clear idea of the process and potential expense. Because of the innumerable factors effecting litigation, a settlement may be the most acceptable alternative. Our dedicated lawyers approach negotiations with the same zeal and attentiveness as they would approach a trial or an appeal before the Supreme Court.

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