Civil litigation in the state and federal courts, and administrative agencies, including appeals, arbitration, mediation and alternate dispute resolution forums. Representative matters include shareholder and partnership disputes, commercial contract disputes, construction claims, brokerage commission disputes, landlord/tenant matters, and employment contract litigation. Other contested matters may arise from debtor/creditor disputes, guaranties, note actions, insurance, professional liability, disciplinary proceedings, foreclosures and repossessions, as well as fraudulent conveyances, preference and lender liability litigation.
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