Business Litigation

We handle a variety of business litigation for clients. The breadth of our experience shows the trust our clients place in our attorneys. Our experience in this area extends to claims and litigation regarding:

  • vendor contracts
  • banking disputes
  • claims of product defect
  • insurance issues
  • employment matters
  • non-compete and non-solicitation agreement
  • environmental issues
  • trademark infringement
  • commercial leases
  • construction
  • securities
  • government contract bid protest matters

Sapientia’s litigation clients range from start-ups and LLCs to major nonprofits and Fortune 500 corporations. Our litigators are equally effective in simple two-party disputes and in complicated multi-jurisdictional, multi-party lawsuits. We have tried and arbitrated numerous cases and handled appeals in both state and federal courts.

In order to be effective during litigation, we also work with our clients at the pre-litigation stage by advising on document preservation and the retention of electronically stored information. We always develop a strategy for document management that is efficient and cost effective for the client, sometimes utilizing third-party vendors where that makes the most sense for our clients.

In addition to core litigation/trial skills, we have particular expertise and success finding alternatives to litigation to resolve business problems. When that is not feasible, we pride ourselves in assisting and partnering with in-house counsel and litigation managers to develop litigation budgets and reserves. Not only do we strive for an excellent outcome for the client, but it is also our goal to make the in-house counsel, risk managers, and other litigations managers’ jobs easier by having hired us.

Our core values perfectly complement our corporate clients’ needs. For each engagement we tailor our litigation strategy and our fee arrangement to the business needs of each client. Throughout each matter we stay attuned to our client’s business needs and adjust our litigation strategy to serve those requirements.

Because of our size and firm model, we have the flexibility that some firms simply cannot offer. We reward our attorneys for offering adaptable billing options that complement our clients’ needs and in turn create a partnership between us.