From fast-moving emergency injunction proceedings to complex and drawn-out financial and commercial disputes, DelCotto Law Group works unceasingly and relentlessly for its clients. The Firm’s experience in commercial litigation ranges from representing large national corporations to small businesses and individuals; no matter is too large or too small for the Firm. The senior litigators at DLG are former “big law” attorneys who know how the game is played and won. In today’s technological age, while a mega-firm might have innumerable bodies to continue to throw at a piece of litigation, at DLG, the team is small, thoroughly knowledgeable about the case, and focused on moving it along to conclusion without unnecessary skirmishes that merely run up the costs for its clients.
DelCotto Law Group’s attorneys also recognize that litigation is neither the only, nor usually the best, means to resolve legal disputes. Their experience in mediation, arbitration, plain old face-to-face meetings with the players needed to reach some consensual resolution, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution enables them to go the extra mile for their clients. They work with their clients to thoroughly discuss the scope of available strategies that can be pursued to accomplish the most efficient and effective results in each case.
DLG has experience in all types of commercial disputes, from the most contentious on down. Many types of actions arise out of bankruptcy and other financial-distress situations, some fairly routine and some not. We understand that these kinds of cases are stressful on clients and strive to alleviate the pressure by coming up with creative strategies for dealing with unfortunate circumstances. The DLG litigation team does early assessment and analysis in order to determine the best course of action for a given set of facts and circumstances. The team has experience in litigating in federal district and bankruptcy courts, as well as state courts, and can analyze which of the available forums might be best for the client. DLG also has an active appellate practice before federal and state courts of appeals.
The lawyers of DelCotto Law Group pursue prompt resolution of their clients’ commercial litigation matters through the creative use of alternative dispute resolution procedures whenever possible, but at some point, if litigation is the only way to reach a result, they are not afraid to prepare for and head to trial. When litigation cannot be avoided, clients rely on DelCotto Law Group to take cases to trial because of their ability to understand the issues thoroughly, position cases for maximum trial advantage, clearly communicate complex concepts to judges and juries, and persuasively present the facts and argue the law. We welcome the opportunity to counsel and guide you through the commercial litigation maze.
DLG attorneys have experience in commercial litigation ranging from representing large national corporations to small businesses and individuals; no situation is too large or too small for the DLG litigation team.
While larger firms may throw a handful of attorneys on a case, the DLG teams prefers to stay small and gain its advantage by becoming thoroughly knowledgeable about the case and staying focused on moving it along to conclusion without unnecessarily running up costs.
DLG’s attorneys also recognize that litigation is neither the only nor usually the best means of resolving a legal dispute. Methods of alternative dispute resolution—e.g., mediation—are never rejected as options.
When litigation cannot be avoided, DLG’s litigation team will be ready to take a case to trial because of its ability to thoroughly understand the issues, clearly communicate complex concepts to judges and juries, and persuasively present facts and argue the law.
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