Commercial Litigation

The goal of our firm's litigation group is simple: provide our clients with the most effective, efficient and proactive representation possible. As companies move into today's ever-changing global marketplace they encounter greater competition, as well as various legal and regulatory obstacles that can threaten their very existence. To meet these challenges, King & Jurgens is dedicated to providing superior legal advice and representation to clients whose commercial disputes are as varied and complex as today's business world. Our clients range from individuals and closely held companies to publicly traded national and international corporations.  Our commercial litigation attorneys have extensive experience in all types of business disputes, including:

  • Commercial disputes
  • General construction disputes
  • Sales and leases
  • Oil and gas disputes
  • Admiralty
  • Marine construction disputes
  • Indemnity
  • Banking, foreclosures and lender liability
  • Government contractor disputes
  • Employment-related litigation
  • Unfair trade practices
  • Franchise and dealership disputes
  • Alternative dispute resolutions
  • Intellectual property disputes
  • Real estate and zoning
  • Condemnation and expropriation
  • Products liability
  • International arbitration
  • Telecommunications litigation

In addition to representation at all stages of the litigious process, King & Jurgens is cognizant that a trial is not always the only solution. Keeping our clients' unique goals and objectives at the forefront, we also provide advice and assist with exploring the advantages and disadvantages of litigation avoidance and alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation as well as binding and non-binding arbitrations. Also, we routinely assist our corporate clients in all phases of commercial acquisitions and transactions.

We have represented Fortune 500 companies as well as financial entities in securities, tax, malpractice, and fraud cases and have substantial depth in copyright, trademark/trade-dress, and trade-secret litigation.

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