Business & Tort Litigation
Business owners and managers are constantly striving to maintain the delicate balance of protecting company assets while moving forward in the pursuit of achieving their revenue goals. When issues arise that lead to litigation, a number of challenges to a company’s ongoing operations can be presented, especially within the complexities of today’s economy. At Dowling Aaron Incorporated, the Business Litigation Practice Group is prepared to manage these challenges to ensure the best legal and business decisions are made throughout the litigation process.
The Dowling Aaron Incorporated group’s broad range of experience includes litigation relevant to:
- Commercial transactions and contracts
- Agricultural disputes
- Environmental issues; water and land use concerns
- Unfair competition and other business torts
- Product liability
- Information and high technology disputes
- Distributor and franchise issues
- Professional liability claims
- Corporate governance
- Intellectual property
- Real estate
- Construction contracts and defects
- Banking and antitrust and trade regulation
- Torts of all types
Dowling Aaron Incorporated’s qualified attorneys handle trials and appeals in the state and federal courts and before administrative tribunals. Conscious of the delays, uncertainties and expenses that may become part of the litigation process, the group will carefully assess if the client’s dispute can be resolved more effectively and efficiently through litigation alternatives such as negotiation, mediation or arbitration.
Along with the ample experience of each attorney comes a seasoned wisdom of the outlying effects that litigation can have on a business as a whole. While the group has extensive experience trying cases, Dowling Aaron Incorporated also provides advisory services designed to proactively create a litigation strategy for clients that will align with their overall business goals.
Practice Group Members: David J. Weiland, Donald R. Fischbach, James D. Burnside III, Steven D. McGee, Kent J. Klassen, Jeffrey P. Davis, David D. Schneider, Daniel O. Jamison, David O. Flewallen, Christopher E. Seymour, Paul M. Parvanian, Gregory J. Norys, G Andrew Slater, Micha K. Nilsson, Matthew R. Dildine, Jared C. Marshall