wind powerBusiness Litigation
Our business litigation practice is as diverse as the range of our clients' businesses; manufacturers, retailers, financial and professional services companies, construction, alternate energy, and so on. Indeed, our charitable non-profit corporation clients normally would not be viewed as businesses, but yet, having employees, trademarks, and so forth, have the needs of businesses in those areas.

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arrow-rightCorporate and Partnership disputes
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In Chauffeurs, Sales Drivers, Warehousemen & Helpers Union Local 572 v. Weslock Corp., 66 F.3d 241 (9th. Cir. 1995), we represented a foreclosing secured creditor who was sued for allegedly violating the WARN Act when the manufacturing plant that was part of the secured collateral was closed. We were successful in obtaining summary judgment in the U.S. District Court and having that summary judgment affirmed by the Ninth Circuit.