Litigation, Corporate and Commercial
Our Corporate and Commercial Litigation practice group handles a wide range of complex and high stakes business legal disputes for local, national and international clients, and tribal governments and businesses. Whether in state or federal courts, arbitration, mediation, administrative proceedings, appeals or strategic negotiation, we have a well-earned reputation for aggressive, efficient and successful representation of clients in business, commercial, real estate and estate and trust disputes, as well as matters involving corporate governance, trade secrets, construction, eminent domain, land use, the environment, cross-border transactions, tax and health care.
Strategic, Aggressive Advocacy
We approach each litigation case with an eye toward taking it to trial, and our opponents know it. We fight to win, while trying to do so as quickly and economically as possible – without losing sight of our clients' objectives and relationships. Accordingly, we believe that developing a solid understanding of our clients' business and operations enables us to identify opportunities for strategic negotiation or techniques, such as arbitration or mediation, that might help the client achieve their goals without the time and expense of litigation.
Drawing on the Full Resources of the Firm
We work closely with attorneys in Procopio’s other practice groups, marshaling the legal and technical expertise of Corporate and Securities, Real Estate, Environmental, Tax, Health Care, Intellectual Property, Labor and Employment Law, and Trusts, Estates and Probate, Employment, Labor and Benefits and others.
This collaborative approach makes us more effective advocates and helps us achieve better results for our clients. Our practice is also enhanced by a digital litigation support system operated by a skilled and experienced staff to ensure the efficient handling of cases, no matter the size.
Our most common matters in our Corporate and Commercial litigation include:
- Breach of Contract
- Unfair Business Practices
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
- Business and Financial Fraud
- Corporate Governance Disputes
- Partnership and Joint Venture Disputes
- Mergers & Acquisitions Disputes