The Phillips Lytle Business Litigation Team has extensive experience in all phases of business disputes and commercial litigation. Our breadth of knowledge extends to virtually every industry, profession and business matter, including banking, health care, technology, energy, sales and product distribution, professional services, financing, construction, engineering, engineered products, manufacturing, insurance, law firms, accountants, joint ventures, pharmaceuticals, franchising, licensing, leasing, land use, real estate, trusts, charitable organizations, and machinery and technology warranties.
Our Business Litigation attorneys are well versed in commercial statutes, contracts, antitrust and trade laws, employment, securities laws, concessions laws, RICO, electronic discovery, cybersecurity, dealer acts, intellectual property laws, health care laws, consumer finance defense, shareholder and partnership disputes, professional liability, trade secrets, and corporation and business organization statutes. This experience extends to long-standing as well as emerging common law principles, including fraud, conversion, defamation, unfair competition, tortious interference and other business torts.
The bench strength of our Business Litigation Team brings to bear unique case management skills and techniques necessary for success in business litigation. Our experience with and knowledge of numerous industries, manufacturing processes, product distribution, business relationships, regulatory frameworks, professional environments, contracts and financing enables us to quickly get up to speed and render timely and informed opinions about the potential risks and rewards of various dispute resolution or litigation strategies.
The outcome of many business disputes is influenced by strategic decisions made early in a case, such as injunction proceedings that can take place at the outset or on an expedited basis. We pride ourselves on the speed with which we can lead an investigation to develop a case, prosecute or mount an aggressive defense in injunction proceedings, and move a matter forward if a case goes beyond the injunction phase.