The law firm of DONALD P. DORSEY practices in state and federal courts as well as in administrative agencies. We also provide representation in alternative dispute resolution forums such as arbitration and mediation. We handle a wide range of matters including commercial and corporate disputes, professional and product liability matters, and governmental matters, including public education issues.
In addition to managing the complexities of the litigation process for clients, we always make time to clearly listen to our client’s issues in order to solve the unique challenges that clients face. We are intimately familiar with the litigation process, from trial by judge or jury to briefing and argument before appellate courts. We understand what it takes to win a case and what it means to pursue a client's goals aggressively.
At the same time, we also understand that litigation can be an expensive and difficult experience for a client, and litigation, or at least litigation to the conclusion of a matter, is often not the answer to the problem. We always focus on clients’ individual goals and how they can best be achieved. We understand that negotiation and alternative dispute resolution are often preferable to protracted litigation.
Disputes over contracts, employment issues, property, and alleged torts threaten your company’s success. We offer smart, aggressive advocacy in a full range of commercial litigation matters. In every case, we are determined to minimize the expense and disruption to your daily operations as we pursue a favorable outcome.
We provide comprehensive representation for all types of business law concerns. In formation matters, mergers, acquisitions and other vital tasks, our lawyers serve as valuable counselors and advocates.
Commercial, Corporate and Contract Uniform Commercial Code Breach of Contract Warranty Shareholder disputes Unfair competition Intellectual Property Civil rights and constitutional litigation Tort and Insurance Defense and Coverage Third party liability disputes Declaratory judgments Property damage matters Engineering, construction, accounting and law