Shook, Hardy & Bacon has successfully handled thousands of cases for clients engaged in major business disputes and civil litigation. From counseling through trial and appeal, the SHB Business Litigation Practice provides comprehensive experience in complex, multi-jurisdictional matters dealing with numerous adversaries. This practice has managed cases involving class actions, antitrust, corporate governance, securities regulation, insurance coverage disputes, commercial and construction contracts, alternative dispute resolution, taxation, financial institutions, franchises and dealerships, and libel and First Amendment issues. In addition, SHB offers clients the benefit of well-established relationships with economists and forensic accountants in developing economic damages, such as lost profits. SHB attorneys have prevailed on motions for dismissal or summary judgment in hundreds of complex matters.
The SHB Business Litigation Practice is also well-versed in litigation alternatives, approaching each new case with flexibility and a dedication to innovative strategies. Moreover, the volume and variety of litigation handled by the firm allows SHB to remain on the cutting-edge of legal and technological developments. SHB business litigation lawyers have access to an extensive team of analysts, legal assistants and document clerks to ensure the most cost-effective means of quality legal representation. With a reputation for efficient and effective case resolution, SHB has become the first choice for many businesses facing high-stakes litigation on both the regional and national level.
Practice Area Contacts
Joseph M. Rebein
Todd W. Ruskamp
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Antitrust & Trade Regulation
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