We have represented dozens of public companies in both state and federal court complex financial litigation. Most financial litigation stems from either improperly or ambiguously drafted financial instruments, contracts that contain unconscionable terms or aggressive lenders that prey on and take advantage of small entrepreneurial businesses. While we believe that avoiding litigation is always a better course to pursue, sometimes litigation is the only way to resolve business conflicts.
Financial litigation can take many forms – disputes can arise with service providers such as engineering firms, professional and non-professional consultants, accounting firms as well as manufacturing, construction, distribution, and design firms. Sometimes, litigation arises from poorly drafted finance documents or loans that have hidden rates of interest, making the loan usurious.
Our attorneys are experienced in financial litigation and are measured by the number of successful outcomes we have achieved for many of our clients, from successfully defending our clients from aggressive lenders' motion practice to force settlements.