At Graham & Dunn, our concern is resolving your litigation in the quickest, most effective way possible. We staff cases lean, not with hordes of associates and paralegals. We focus on specific industries and subject areas, because we believe that we can deliver better results by thoroughly understanding the business context of litigation.
We look for the earliest possible solution. We settle plenty of cases, but we also have what it takes to be able to stand up for our clients against the largest law firm discovery machines and to do so efficiently and effectively. We have the resources and the expertise to manage electronic discovery from the largest case to the smallest. Because our shareholders have among them over 300 trials under their belts, the other side knows from day one that we will try the case if it can't be settled fairly. We think that gets our clients the best, most cost-effective results.
Representative Commercial Litigation Cases:
- Antitrust & Complex Litigation
- Bankruptcy and Receivership
- Communications & Media
- Labor & Employment
- Electronic Discovery
- Financial Services
- Franchise & Distribution
- Intellectual Property
- Real Estate
For disputes that can be resolved more satisfactorily outside the formal legal system, Graham & Dunn's Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) attorneys have the skills to promote flexible and creative resolutions among disputing parties. Additionally, we have the subject matter and legal expertise needed to help parties evaluate their case and, when requested, to make good legal decisions.
ADR is flexible, and when tailored to the needs of the parties and the nature of the dispute, it promotes creative problem solving, consensus, resolution and satisfaction. As counselors and advocates, we help clients choose an ADR format that will achieve a prompt, creative and cost-effective solution to their dispute. We provide an unbiased, tailored forum that allows informed parties to resolve disputes efficiently and with finality and satisfaction.
Graham & Dunn attorneys serve as advocates and impartial third-party ADR providers in areas such as commercial, construction, employment, environmental, franchise, insolvency, insurance, intellectual property, real estate and trust and probate law.