At HoganWillig, our goal is to help our clients achieve their goals in the most expeditious and economical manner. However, when a dispute arises which cannot be resolved in our clients' best interests, litigation may be the only option.
Our litigation team represents individuals and businesses in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including, but not limited to, wrongful incarceration, constitutional/civil rights violations, school bullying cases, contract disputes, commercial and business controversies, employment issues, collection proceedings, landlord-tenant matters, estate proceedings, marital and divorce cases, foreclosures and other real estate matters, and any and all other areas of law where issues are controversy.
Our civil litigation team focuses on rapid response to clients' concerns, swift resolution of disputes and, when necessary, trial readiness. While we believe in resolving disputes through productive negotiation rather than litigation whenever possible, our litigators aggressively pursue cases through trial and post-trial proceedings (including appeal) when necessary, with the best possible results for our clients being the ultimate goal.
Our firm utilizes a "team approach" combined with the efficient use of modern technology to ensure that our clients receive sound advice and the highest quality of legal services for the best possible results.
Our team approach enables us to draw upon a wealth of experience and knowledge of several different attorneys while encouraging innovative thinking and fostering the development of creative solutions to your problems. Our litigation team includes a staff of seasoned trial attorneys and a dedicated support staff.
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