Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Our commercial and business litigation attorneys represent clients in state and federal courts and alternative dispute resolution forums throughout the country. Our litigators are adept at arbitrating matters in various venues, including the AAA, JAMS, FranArb, the London Court of International Arbitration and others. Our firm has also advocated in mediation, whether court-ordered, contractual or voluntary.
The firm’s litigators are experienced in many types of claims, including:
Additionally, Michael Einbinder serves as an arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association.
At Einbinder & Dunn, we pride ourselves on our commitment not just to understanding the dynamics of a specific case, but to fully involving ourselves in each client’s business and industry. Most of the cases we handle are immensely complex, and warrant nothing short of complete immersion on the part of our attorneys.
For this reason, every client and every case are different to us. Both get our firm’s full attention. Our corporate litigation lawyers are involved in all facets of the dispute resolution process and they are assisted by talented associates and a support staff proficient in the latest technologies.
As a team of experienced trial advocates, our firm understands how to research, evaluate, strategize and pursue results. Larger commercial litigation firms claim that the manpower alone they can channel toward these endeavors gives them a competitive edge. In reality, however, not only do these large firms’ resources fail to equate with the unparalleled experience offered by our firm, but they also require these firms to charge significantly more. Conversely, our firm’s ability to explore various approaches to legal matters on behalf of our clients, despite our smaller size, is yet another way in which we stand apart from our competitors – in terms of both efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Our firm also acts as local counsel on behalf of out-of-state firms in complex litigation pending in state and federal courts in New York.