Practice Areas & Industries: Nexsen Pruet, LLC

 





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A major portion of Nexsen Pruet’s practice is devoted to resolving clients' legal disputes. Whether in a state or federal courtroom, before an administrative tribunal or in arbitration, our attorneys combine trial advocacy with well-honed negotiating skills to aggressively seek the outcome clients want.

Because of our broad knowledge and experience across many areas of law, our lawyers are equipped to handle a wide variety of cases across many industries, business practices and jurisdictions. Matters we can help you with include:

  • Antitrust and unfair trade practices
  • Appellate
  • Asbestos
  • Aviation
  • Business disputes
  • Catastrophic injury
  • Civil rights defense
  • Class actions
  • Commercial /contracts
  • Construction
  • Creditors' rights & bankruptcy
  • Document review capabilities
  • Environmental
  • ERISA & employee benefits
  • Franchise disputes
  • Health care
  • Insurance coverage & bad faith
  • Intellectual property
  • International arbitrations
  • Labor and employment
  • Lender liability & business torts
  • Maritime
  • Product liability
  • Professional malpractice
  • Public utilities
  • Real estate litigation
  • Securities
  • Tax
  • Toxic tort
  • Transportation & trucking
  • Truck accident defense
  • White-collar criminal defense

Document review capabilities
Nexsen Pruet has also developed a number of highly efficient, cost-effective litigation services that focus upon document collection, management and review solutions for large-scale or docket-wide litigation projects. Led by Gray Wallington, who formerly managed the national Litigation Technology Service Center for the U.S. Department of Justice, our eDiscovery team has extensive proven capabilities in data review and discovery.

Thanks to these practices, our discovery process helps ensure strongest possible case during arbitration, negotiation and litigation.
 


 
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Two Supreme Court Rulings Improve Employer's Ability to Defend Against Harassment, Retaliation Claims
, July 29, 2013
On June 24, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down two critical decisions regarding Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, which improve an employer’s ability to defend against employee claims of harassment and retaliation.

District Court Opines That The Words Used In An Insurance Policy Actually Mean What They Say
Stephen P. Groves, July 24, 2013
Many practitioners, both near and far, assert that a good number of our courts’ opinions, whether at the state or the federal level, are simply “result oriented” decisions where the court has decided what result it wants to obtain and them “gerrymanders” the law to...