Broad Commercial Litigation Experience

Entrepreneurs | Non-Profits | Small & Large Corporations

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Protect Your Rights as You Build Your Business

Breach of Contract | Partnership Disputes | Fraud & Fiduciary Duty | White Collar Crime & Internal Investigations

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Helping Juries Understand Complex Issues

Commercial Litigation | Intellectual Property | SEC Financial Fraud

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We regularly devote ourselves to representing businesses, non-profit entities, and individuals in complex civil litigation and other commercial matters.

Our mission in these matters is the same as in our civil rights and whistleblower practices: to use our substantial experience as trial lawyers to obtain the best possible results.

Our lawyers’ qualifications and experience are on par with the largest corporate law firms in the world. We graduated from the best law schools (Harvard, Stanford, Yale, Columbia, University of Chicago, and Northwestern, for example), clerked for federal trial and appellate courts, and worked at some of the world’s largest law firms (Sidley Austin, Mayer Brown, Kirkland & Ellis, and Davis Polk & Wardwell, for example).

We have a depth of experience in litigating and trying complex civil litigation matters, including breach of contract, fraud, partnership, patent, trademark, and FOIA matters. We also regularly counsel and advise businesses, entrepreneurs, and non-profits on these and related issues.

Our complex litigation and commercial practice areas include:

Unlike most firms with our credentials and experience, we seek out opportunities to work on alternative fee bases, including flat rates and full contingency.

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Loevy & Loevy is the largest private law firm entirely devoted to civil rights in the United States. We offer representation of the highest quality; we welcome our clients into our firm’s family; and we have an unparalleled record of success.

If your civil rights have been violated or you are a whistleblower, we encourage you to contact our attorneys today for an initial consultation.

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