Our litigators reduce risks, minimize the drain and diversion of resources, and devise the most appropriate solutions when our clients face federal or state conflicts. Our across the board industry experience makes us a safe choice when it’s time to chart your course of action. Whether it’s mediation, arbitration or trial, our attorneys will give their all to achieve the best possible resolution. We take client suggestions into consideration because your counsel matters. It is then our job to offer creative, timely and strategic legal advice to help solve the issues our clients face.
Our litigators work closely with our dealmakers to assess business risks and offer preventative solutions to prevent conflicts from occurring. When litigation is the only option, we roll up our sleeves and perform in court.
- Achieved a favorable and decisive resolution, and prevented similar claims from being filed, on behalf of a $100 million company in a case involving letters of credit and California Unfair Business Practices, Business & Professions Code Section 17200.
- Successfully defended a jewelry manufacturer facing claims from the Federal Trade Commission in a consumer class action matter. The manufacturer’s potential multimillion-dollar liability was reduced to a very small fraction of the original claim.
- Represented a multimillion-dollar food manufacturer in the sale of its business, in the face of criminal and tax proceedings.
- Achieved a decisive victory for a multimillion-dollar wheel manufacturer sued for fraud by the company’s former owners.
- Successfully defended one jean manufacturer over the placement of a label, and prosecuted another over design appropriation claims.
- Represented a relative sued for malicious prosecution by another family member. Trial arguments resulted in legal precedent that remains today: the court striking down the ability to sue for malicious prosecution in family law cases.
- Successfully argued to define privilege and end conflicting appellate rulings on unlawful arrests in a case presented to the California Supreme Court.