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Leech Tishman’s Litigation Practice Group is comprised of lawyers with years of hands-on experience trying cases in the courtroom and before administrative bodies and arbitration panels. We are focused litigators and trained to respond to the inquiries of judges and juries with accuracy, clarity and brevity. Our team has experience in handling a variety of complex commercial litigation matters locally, nationally and internationally for emerging enterprises to multi-national corporations in a wide range of industry sectors. Understanding the time, effort and cost involved in litigation, we work, when possible, through engagement in active negotiation with the opposing party or through alternative dispute resolution proceedings.

Our lawyers have a wealth of trial experience at the local, state, federal and appellate level. We have argued before every appellate and federal court in Pennsylvania as well as the U.S. Supreme Court. Members of our Litigation team have held clerkships in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Superior Court of Pennsylvania, and in U.S. Courts of Appeal.

Our Litigation Practice Group focuses on commercial disputes, including prosecution and defense of the following types of litigation:

Business Ownership Disputes

Corporate Governance Matters

Business Dissolution/Successor Liability

Fraud/Misrepresentation

Commercial Property Disputes

Insurance Coverage Litigation

Breach of Fiduciary Duty

Healthcare Litigation

Media Litigation

Construction Litigation

Trade Secret Disputes

Municipal Law Litigation

Requests for Injunctive Relief

Declaratory Judgment

Oil and Gas Litigation

Commercial Disparagement/Libel

Employment Ligation

Estate Administration Litigation

Real Estate Related Litigation

Class Actions

False Claims Act Cases

Open Records Matters/Sunshine Act Litigation

Antitrust Claims

Unfair Competition

Product Liability