The firm’s business litigation practice includes the representation of both public and private companies. These disputes typically result in litigation by one company against another arising from breaches of contract, interference with business prospects and securities fraud claims arising in connection with mergers.
Our recent business litigation matters on behalf of corporations include:
- The successful prosecution to trial by the Board of Directors of a publicly traded construction company against its former Big 4 auditing firm.
- The successful prosecution of claims by a publicly held company against certain of its former officers and directors for alleged insider trading and misuse of corporate assets.
- The representation of a medical device designer and developer against the purchaser of the business. These claims arise from alleged breaches of contract and securities violations.
- The representation of the majority ownership of a $600 million telecommunications company against WorldCom for alleged fraud arising from the purchase of its business.