My belief is that litigation represents an action of last resort to resolve a dispute. But if you do not credibly present the willingness to undertake litigation, you may compromise your position in a contested negotiation. Often the most effective way to avoid litigation is to take steps to commence litigation. So it is important, when engaged in dispute resolution discussions, to be perceived as a person or business that will go all the way when called for. I can take you all the way. I have represented both businesses and individuals in litigation and have obtained favorable results. Before undertaking litigation, I work with my clients to reasonably assess the likelihood of success. The decision to litigate is your decision and it depends on your tolerance for risk. I cannot guarantee a favorable result; my job is to try the best I can and to provide advice so that you can make decisions that best serve your objectives.
- Obtain several hundred thousand dollar settlement on behalf of an author against a publisher that breached publication contract.
- Bring collection actions to obtain payment from customers of clients.
- Represent consumer whose rights were violated by car dealership and car manufacturer.
- Represent investor who was defrauded by company in which he invested.