Business disputes come in all shapes and sizes, and Pullman & Comley's Litigation attorneys handle them all -- for public and privately held companies as well as officers, directors and shareholders.
While each case is unique, business disputes usually have several things in common: they are driven by economics, they are disruptive to the operations of those involved, and they typically resolve themselves by way of settlement. Because of this, we believe that a creative approach to problem-solving is the best way to ensure success for our clients. And, we believe that creative approach is one which must be arrived at in partnership with our client.
While we prepare each case as though it will be tried, we try just as hard to handle the case in a proactive manner, a manner which highlights the strengths of our case early and often, so we can satisfy our client’s objectives more quickly and less expensively. If a dispositive motion will work, we will file it. If settlement makes sense, we will pursue it. It is our client’s goals that are of paramount importance to us, not the litigation process.
Defend affiliated corporations and their officers and directors from claims of reverse and forward corporate veil piercing
Defend shareholder derivative claims for fiduciary breaches by officers and directors, insider trading, and excessive compensation
Represent corporate clients in raiding, unfair competition, RICO and a host of other business-to-business based claims
Represent parties and limited liability company members in business divorces, claims of misappropriation of corporate opportunities and theft
Defend corporations in regulatory investigations and prosecution by state and federal agencies
News & Insights
- If COVID-19 Caused You to Stop or Curtail Operations, Check Your Policy for Crisis Management Coverage03.24.2020
- Does the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Allow Reliance On Your Contract’s Force Majeure Provision? The Language Matters03.23.2020
- Connecticut Law Tribune, 03.19.2020
- When Lawyers Depart Their Law Firms: ABA Reminds Departing Lawyers and Their Law Firms of Their Ethical Obligations12.20.2019
- “THAT'S NOT FAIR!” How Soto v. Bushmaster Changed the Interpretation of the Connecticut Unfair Trade Practices Act to Permit Claims by Parties Whom the Defendant Has Never Met11.22.2019
- This article was originally published in the October 7, 2019 issue of the Connecticut Law Tribune, 10.14.2019
We successfully defend our clients in class action cases covering, product liability, RICO, ERISA, antitrust, consumer protection, insurance and securities.
Pullman attorneys negotiated the casino project development agreement on behalf of the Town of East Windsor, Connecticut, the first approved to be constructed off Indian tribal lands.
Our Litigation attorneys assisted investors in Branford Manor Associates, L.P. in a complex intra-partnership dispute involving corporate governance, business tort, tax, trust, housing regulation, and injunction issues.