When business disputes occur, we can help you resolve them quickly, decisively, and cost-effectively.

Our commercial litigation team has an outstanding track record in every forum that handles business disputes—federal, state, trial, appellate, arbitration, and mediation. Described by Benchmark: Litigation as “a powerful and respected [litigation] firm,” we are known for forceful arguments and creative strategies.

Our practice covers a full spectrum of business relationships and a broad range of remedies. From lost profits and consequential damages, to receiverships, injunctions, and specific performance, we can persuasively advocate or defend any claim.

With more than 90 litigators and trial lawyers, we are particularly skilled at turning complex business and transactional data into jury-friendly evidence. We work closely with expert witnesses from numerous professional disciplines to prepare and present compelling, case-winning testimony.



Commercial Litigation News

Commercial Litigation Publications

15 Lawyers in Chambers USA 2020 Litigation: General Commercial

15 lawyers ranked in Chambers USA 2020 in Litigation: General Commercial

11 Fellows: Litigation Counsel of America

Brad Berge, Geraldine Brimmer, Michael Carrigan, Robert Faucher, Paula Fleck, Marcy Glenn, Jane Michaels, Newal Squyres, Joe Teig, Christopher Toll, Maureen Witt

Three Fellows: International Academy of Trial Lawyers

George Haley, Jane Michaels, and Maureen Witt

Benchmark Litigation "Firm of the Year" in WY 2018

Named 2018 “Firm of the Year” in WY by Benchmark Litigation. Firm-wide, 20 attorneys named “local litigation stars” or “future stars.” The firm was also honored for being “highly recommended” in CO, ID, NV, UT, and WY


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