We litigate, arbitrate, negotiate and advocate for plaintiffs and defendants.
Every issue, every company, every side. Our business/commercial litigation group handles complex litigation and arbitration in every business area for both plaintiffs and defendants.
Our track record for successfully litigating cases of all sizes, from beginning to end, is exemplary. Some common areas of contention:
No matter how large (or small), lengthy (or short), complex (or straightforward)—every case we prosecute gets the full support of our highly collaborative firm. We are experienced in every phase of the litigation process, from early planning through trial and appeals. We are well-capitalized, so we can easily finance litigation until resolution.
We are devoted and tireless advocates for our clients. And we are prepared. Our trial readiness has been demonstrated time and time again in hard-fought litigations.
At every stage, we are at your side.
Wolf Haldenstein does not discriminate or tolerate harassment against any employee or applicant because of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or alienage or citizenship status and designs its hiring practices to ensure that minority group members and women are afforded equal employment opportunities without discrimination.
The Firm is in compliance with all applicable Federal, State, County, and City equal employment opportunity laws. Wolf Haldenstein is proud of its long history of support for the rights of, and employment opportunities for, women, the disadvantaged, and minority group persons, including the participation in civil rights and voter registration activities in the South in the early 1960's by partners of the Firm; the part-time employment of disadvantaged youth through various public school programs; the varied pro bono activities performed by many of the Firm's lawyers; the employment of many women and minority group persons in various capacities at the Firm, including at the partner level; the hiring of ex-offenders in supported job training programs; and the use of minority and women-owned businesses to provide services and supplies to the Firm.