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It doesn’t matter if your company is large or small, public or private. Today, any corporation can face costly litigation that can threaten to drive down stock prices or even force it into bankruptcy. When everything is on the line, it’s critical to have the most experienced lawyers on your team. The livelihoods of many people are at stake when a company is up against a bet-the-company lawsuit, from employees, officers to shareholders.
Lightfoot’s commercial litigation practice is one of the firm’s largest practice areas. Our lawyers defend major fraud, antitrust, lender liability, contract and corporate takeover litigation in federal and state courts throughout the country. We work hard to understand each client’s business and their goals for the lawsuit.
Our decades of experience include:
- Construction litigation
- Contract disputes
- Deceptive trade practice claims
- Director and officer claims
- Emergency litigation and temporary restraining orders
- Franchise and distributorship litigation
- Fraud and fiduciary duty claims
- Healthcare litigation
- Intellectual property litigation
- Patent litigation
- Professional malpractice litigation
- RICO claims
- Securities litigation
- Shareholder derivative suits
- Sherman Act and Clayton Act claims
- Trade secret and noncompete claims
- Trust and trustee litigation
Our reputation precedes us. Because adversaries know —and respect — our courtroom capabilities, they’re more willing to resolve cases on a reasonable basis. If appropriate resolution is not achievable, our clients can count on our unmatched jury trial experience and courtroom skills.
In addition to defending cases brought against our business clients, clients rely on Lightfoot's corporate plaintiff's lawyers to prosecute cases against other businesses, often employing alternative fee arrangements such as a contingency to mitigate out-of-pocket costs.
Lightfoot’s corporate plaintiff's cases range from successfully representing a small business against one of the largest business consulting firms in the country to handling a matter on behalf of a publicly traded company against a major software manufacturer. These cases have been pursued both in court and through arbitration. Learn more on our Corporate Plaintiff's Litigation page.