Our Litigation group practices in federal and state courts, before the American Arbitration Association and other arbitration programs and in administrative hearings.
Our Litigation Practice Group offers efficient and effective handling of both basic and complex matters involving general commercial/business disputes, contract disputes, construction, intellectual property, property damage, insurance coverage, employment disputes, secondary and higher education law, sports, and entertainment. We are committed to developing solutions to help our clients solve their toughest problems, and we approach each new challenge as an urgent business matter to be resolved expeditiously and cost-effectively. We work closely with our clients to develop and implement strategic solutions to meet our client’s goals.
Breach of Contract
Breach of Lease
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
Limited Liability Company Member Disputes
Trade Secret Claims
Declaratory Judgment Actions regarding contract interpretation
Actions Seeking Temporary Restraining Orders
Actions Seeking Preliminary and Permanent Injunctions
Refund Claims Against the Internal Revenue Service
Providing Tax Group with Litigation Support regarding Matters in United States Tax Court
Supporting Tax Group in Audit Defense of State Tax Matters
Supporting Tax Group in Internal Revenue Service audits
As the world copes with COVID-19 and the necessity of social distancing, individuals and businesses must contemplate the legal ramifications of their contracts, and what happens when those contracts cannot or are not being performed. Most contracts contain termination and remedies provisions that may be implicated given the current health crisis.
As stay-at-home orders are being extended throughout the country, a significant population of the US workforce is and will continue to work remotely. Because employers cannot actively monitor and supervise their employees, employers are exposed to additional risks of liability. One significant risk is the potential for employees to sustain accidental injuries while working remotely. […]
“Scott’s dual role as performer and host of the festival must be considered as well. “As a general proposition, it is fair to say that when an artist is curating or branding a festival, it may open them to additional liability,” said Tim Epstein, an attorney who has acted as general counsel for dozens of […]