Specializing in Complex Civil Litigation
According to the National Center for State Courts, complex litigation is a type of legal case “requiring more intensive judicial management. Complexity may be determined by multiple parties, multiple attorneys, geographically dispersed plaintiffs and defendants, numerous expert witnesses, complex subject matter, complicated testimony concerning causation, procedural complexity, complex substantive law, extensive discovery, choice of law, requisites of a class-certification order, complex damage determinations, diversity, and res judicata implications for plaintiffs not within the proposed class. Mass torts and class actions are examples of two types of well-known complex actions.”
Below are examples of the types of complex litigation we specialize in, as well as some of the other areas of law where we also have expertise.