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Complex Commercial Litigation

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Complex Commercial Litigation

Kelley Kronenberg’s Complex Commercial Litigation Team represents state entities, corporations, partnerships and individuals in court before courts, juries, appellate courts, and arbitration panels. Our attorneys develop pre-trial strategists and apply their skills as litigators to complex commercial disputes.

We represent clients in litigation and alternative dispute resolution matters involving:

  • Bankruptcy and reorganization
  • Construction disputes
  • Contract disputes, including Breach of Contract and tortious interference with contracts
  • Corporate misconduct and derivative suits
  • Employment and shareholder disputes
  • Financial fraud
  • Intellectual property disputes
  • Insurance claims
  • Professional negligence
  • Real estate
  • Securities litigation

Our attorneys help clients assess their options, contain or reduce costs, and lay out a course of action consistent with their business goals. They represent companies across a broad range of industries, including:

  • Defense services
  • Financial services
  • Insurance
  • Media
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Security services
  • Telecommunications
  • Technology

We have established a record of success in complicated, high-stakes business disputes by combining business acumen with sophisticated litigation strategies. Our attorneys work closely with clients to understand their businesses, develop strategies to manage risk, and identify areas of exposure. 

Our Complex Commercial Litigation Team translates complex legal and financial matters into easily understood concepts to which juries and triers of fact can relate, allowing our clients to effectively communicate their claims to those considering them.

  • Hunter v. Citibank, et al: In this class action lawsuit, client’s previous counsel had expended more than $1 million in legal fees. After reviewing the file, we determined that the case did not qualify for class action and moved to decertify it. The motion was granted fewer than 90 days after we took the case and cost the client less than $60,000.
  • Kaffko v. Quespasa Corporation: Our client faced a class action lawsuit based upon the Telephone Consumers Protection Act (TCPA). Our initial strategy was to rein in defense costs by limiting the scope of discovery to a single issue: Was our client connected to the alleged distribution of tens of thousands of text messages? In discovery, we challenged Plaintiff’s qualifications as a class representative. Plaintiff dismissed the case.

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