Complex Commercial Litigation Winning Skills
Growth in international business, continually-changing regulatory standards, increased government scrutiny, and an increase in large cross-border deals are all making commercial disputes more difficult to manage and win. Sprawling global business operations mean the stakes are high, sometimes with worldwide business and political implications. Our clients value our extensive experience in the most complicated commercial litigation, and our attorneys consistently meet their expectations, serving as aggressive, skillful, and professional advocates.
Every business day finds our team of 170 attorneys in courts across the U.S. and in arbitrations worldwide, representing high-caliber, long-term clients. We handle litigation related to sophisticated corporate considerations, including breach of contract, business torts, consumer claims, advertising, unfair and deceptive trade practices, banking and financial transactions, mergers and acquisitions, vendor disputes, commercial real estate, corporate espionage, and professional liability.
We meet the highest client service standards while anticipating, communicating, and controlling the cost of litigation through early case assessment, written case budget and case management plans, use of e-discovery tools that ensure both efficiency and compliance, and alternative fee arrangements. Kilpatrick Townsend attorneys bring significant experience in key disciplines, including accounting and audit standards, business valuation, and employee benefits, as well as the admissibility of expert opinion testimony in business cases.
Commercial Litigation in U.S. News – Best Lawyers ® 2017 “Best Law Firms”
Routine Commercial Litigation and Complex Commercial Litigation in the 2016 BTI Litigation Outlook
Preferred counsel for commercial litigation involving some of the largest companies in America
Why Judgments Get Reversed on Appeal
Brands, CSR, and Compliance: Working Together to Create Value and Improve Society
Kilpatrick Townsend’s Megan Chung and Nancy Stagg Named 2018 San Diego Super Lawyers
Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses, from the Trial Lawyer’s Perspective
KT Client Success: Texas Supreme Court Victory
Kilpatrick Townsend Expands Complex Commercial Litigation Team in Atlanta with the Addition of Brittany Nash
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