While each business dispute is unique, they typically have 3 key things in common:  they are driven by economics, they are disruptive, and they require prompt and pragmatic solutions.  Pullman & Comley's experienced litigation attorneys understand this.  They also know that to their clients – who include public and privately held companies as well as individual officers, directors, members and shareholders – resolving their disputes quickly and efficiently is paramount.

Pullman & Comley’s litigation attorneys represent a deep pool of experience and talent in many fields of expertise.  We try and win cases in all major forums, including State and Federal District Courts and arbitration tribunals.  Our trial attorneys are backed by a first-class appellate team.  And, most importantly, our adversaries know this. 

But our litigation attorneys do not think that all business disputes must be litigated.  Although we prepare each matter as though it will be tried, but we are not “hammers,” who approach every dispute as if it were a “nail.”  Rather, we understand that a creative approach to delivering practical solutions to our clients’ real world problems is often the best way to achieve their goals.

Pullman & Comley’s litigation attorneys believe that each approach to dispute resolution must be arrived at in partnership with our client.  Therefore, we develop an in-depth appreciation of our clients, their businesses and their goals.  This gives us the ability to deliver clear and pragmatic advice and move forward together with them to achieve optimum results.


  • 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
  • Defend members of closely held business against claims of breach of their obligations to the entity and its other members
  • Represent sellers asserting claims of breach of stock purchase agreements
  • 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

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