The Business Litigation group consists of litigators who regularly represent business entities, in both state and federal courts, in a wide variety of disputes. The group's work includes matters arising under discrete substantive statutes, as well as common law business disputes, whether arising in contract or tort.
Examples of contract cases include claims arising from agreements to sell business assets and/or stock. Examples of tort cases include claims of tortious interference with contract, unfair competition, and breaches of fiduciary duty in connection with corporations, partnerships, or other business entities.
The members of this practice are not only experienced in these and other substantive areas of law, but are accustomed to the complex procedural and strategic issues that often characterize business cases. Because of our size and experience, we are able to handle the most challenging and complex cases, while at the same time providing our clients with the personalized service and attention that our clients expect and that is the hallmark of Shipman & Goodwin representation.