Commercial Litigation

Commercial litigation is a high risk for any business. As one of the leading litigation practices, InterlinkLaw LLP has extensive experience in litigating, arbitrating and resolving commercial disputes. We represent clients before state and federal trial courts, governmental agencies and national and international arbitration panels throughout the United States and worldwide.

Whether it is a dispute involving a merger, commercial contract or business competition, we deliver accurate commercial advice wherever the dispute takes place.  Our broad experience allows us to fully serve all of our clients' needs, whether a large company or a small enterprise.  We know what to expect and how to achieve results.  Our litigators are skilled in various industries, including banking, financial services, insurance, mortgage, real estate and retail, as well as mass torts. Recognized for their creativity - and strategic approach to each and every case - our litigators will advise and assist in the areas of risk that are most critical to your business.

We represent clients throughout the entire lifecycle of a dispute, considering all the options and evaluating whether the litigation can be altogether avoided via alternative measures. If alternatives are not possible, we determine the most effective way for reaching resolution. Our approach enables us to handle the most complex matters fluently.

Another strength of our litigation practice is our ability to advocate on behalf of our clients: from investigation to litigation, and from trial to appeal all the way up to the Supreme Court. We have been involved in many major sectors including accountant and attorney liability, antitrust and competition, appellate, class action, consumer protection, employment and labor, first amendment, government contracts, international arbitration, mass tort and toxic tort, product liability, securities and shareholder, unfair competition and white collar.

We achieve favorable results for our clients by presenting an individual approach, thinking commercially and examining each case in detail.