Business Litigation

I have extensive experience litigating antitrust and non-antitrust claims in state and federal courts. My approach is not to litigate for the sake of battle, but to help my clients develop a litigation strategy that fits within their broader business goals, mindful of the costs of litigation itself, as well as the distractions that lawsuits create for companies.

I am more than willing to go to trial—and, in fact, recently first-chaired a trial victory for my client involving fraud and related claims and up to $2.5 million at stake. But oftentimes settlement is the best strategy for a client, and I enjoy negotiating such resolutions when that makes business and legal sense.

I have experience with many types of disputes that can arise for businesses, including, for example, claims involving trade secrets, the Lanham Act, breach-of-contract, restrictive covenants and non-compete clauses, fraud and misrepresentation, tortuous interference, malicious prosecution, RICO, unfair and deceptive trade practices, intellectual property, securities, procurement disputes, Anti-SLAPP motions, and other state and federal claims.