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Complex Commercial Litigation

Faegre Baker Daniels’ commercial litigators have extensive experience resolving business and commercial disputes. We are especially proud of our trial capabilities and our record of winning cases early, to minimize clients’ expense.

Our Litigation Experience

Our team represents companies and individuals in state, federal, and arbitral forums nationwide. We have handled everything from nationwide class actions to multidistrict litigation to individual lawsuits. We handle a variety of complex commercial litigation areas, including:

  • Breach of contract
  • Business torts (including fraud, consumer fraud, tortious interference, and conversion)
  • Breach of fiduciary duty
  • Fraudulent transfer
  • Officer/director liability
  • Shareholder disputes
  • ERISA

Successful Litigation Strategy

Lawyers in our complex commercial litigation practice win cases by relentlessly focusing on three basic principles:

  • Understanding clients' business and strategic objectives and using those objectives to drive our litigation strategy
  • Simplifying the dispute into core themes that are easily understandable and persuasive to juries, judges, and arbitrators
  • Strengthening our client’s position by demonstrating our willingness and ability to take complex cases to trial, even if the case settles

Positioning Our Clients for Trial Success

Not every case goes to trial — and not every case should. FaegreBD’s commercial litigation team has experience winning cases on summary judgment and other motions well before trial, eliminating significant litigation costs for our clients. If a trial does occur, our litigators bring a winning track record and powerful trial skills to our client’s corner. Ultimately, regardless of whether a case settles or goes to trial, our team’s success in the courtroom benefits our clients because our opponents know we can, and will, go the distance if necessary.

Contact



Charles F. Webber, Minneapolis
+1 612 766 8719
David K. Herzog, Indianapolis
+1 317 237 1240
Michael S. McCarthy, Denver
+1 303 607 3670
Robert Campbell, London
+44 (0) 20 7450 4550
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