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The experienced advocates in Pullman & Comley’s Litigation practice handle all phases of civil and criminal litigation, regularly appearing in state and federal courts, before state and federal administrative agencies and in arbitration proceedings.

Our litigators serve a large client base, ranging from individuals and small businesses to large corporations and major financial institutions. While our lawyers are seasoned and successful advocates in the courtroom, our ultimate goal is to provide our clients with cost-effective results, whether obtained in or out of court. Consistent with this goal, our litigators counsel clients in strategies to avoid litigation and are skilled in the art of negotiation.

Our litigators have broad experience in all types of civil and criminal litigation including the following areas:

  • Business litigation disputes including contract claims, unfair competition, antitrust litigation and class shareholder derivative actions
  • Defense of consumer protection, privacy and credit reporting claims
  • Representation of financial institutions in commercial foreclosures and lender liability cases
  • Securities litigation and arbitration
  • Labor and employment matters, including discrimination, wage & hour, leave entitlements, non-compete agreements and wrongful termination 
  • Construction litigation, including complex architectural and engineering disputes
  • Representation of municipalities in a wide range of matters including the litigation of land use issues and civil rights claims
  • Intellectual property matters including patent, trademark, copyright and trade secret litigation
  • Product liability and product warranty litigation
  • Professional malpractice litigation
  • Insurance coverage litigation
  • Administrative law matters including appellate review
  • Environmental litigation including the representation of companies involved in Superfund cases and hazardous waste litigation
  • Municipal and state tax appeals
  • State and federal white collar crime

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