Epstein Becker Green’s experienced litigation attorneys provide your business with forceful representation in pre-trial negotiations and, if necessary, in court. From single-plaintiff cases to multidistrict, multiparty matters to parallel civil and criminal proceedings, government investigations, and class actions, our attorneys have achieved favorable results for both plaintiff and defendant clients in industries as diverse as health care, financial services, hospitality, technology, retail, supermarket and grocery, and energy.
Our litigation attorneys have extensive experience trying cases to judgment in a wide variety of complex commercial and business disputes, including ones involving, among other things, antitrust, breach of contract, defamation and product disparagement, white collar, fraud, insurance coverage, Lanham Act, merger, partnership and shareholder, securities, unfair competition, and business tort litigation.
At Epstein Becker Green, we recognize the detrimental effect that litigation has on your day-to-day business operations. Our advice and counsel is geared toward helping you protect yourself as much as possible against unnecessary litigation. When the need does arise, however, we are highly qualified to navigate your business through this inevitable challenge. Since every client is unique, we make sure that we know your business and how your particular circumstances will affect your litigation strategy to protect your business interests and achieve your business goals.
To learn more about how EBG can help secure your business’s future with a sound litigation strategy, please contact us.
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