Litigation

The DarrowEverett Litigation Attorneys have a long track record of success in complex, high stakes disputes throughout the country. Our attorneys aggressively represent individuals and businesses in a variety of matters including corporate litigation, personal injury, and criminal and white-collar crime cases. Our experience spans a variety of industries, including real estate, health care, insurance, securities regulatory, retail, banking and finance, manufacturing, telecommunications, tax and family law.

Common Corporate Litigation Matters include:

  • Contract disputes
  • Labor and Employment Issues
  • Environmental matters
  • Construction disputes
  • Debt collection
  • Business Transactions
  • Shareholder and partner disputes
  • Commercial real estate disputes

In addition to representing individuals and corporations in the commercial and business litigation arena, DarrowEverett represents victims and families who have experienced serious injury or death resulting from the negligence of others.

Common Personal Injury Matters include:

  • Wrongful death
  • Medical malpractice
  • Pharmaceuticals negligence and prescription errors
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Defective products
  • Construction accidents
  • Premises liability actions

The DarrowEverett Litigation Team also represents individuals and corporations in criminal matters in both Federal and State Courts in the region. Retained for services related to investigations by Federal or State authorities, including grand jury investigations, we focus efforts on resolving government concerns and circumventing commencement of prosecution. Although we devote significant effort to preventing prosecution, when it is necessary we will tenaciously defend our clients at trial and on appeal. Our extensive experience in white-collar crime cases, including both investigations and trials means that our clients will receive the most effective representation conceivable in order to protect our their interests.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We have committed ourselves to assisting our clients in making well-informed, productive and ultimately successful decisions on all issues that come before them.

We take pride in on our ability to provide each client with the attention to detail and high level of service that their transactions require, while at the same time providing practical and business-oriented advice and solutions.

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