Whether through mediation, arbitration, settlement or litigation, our team of highly skilled attorneys successfully handle, through trial and appeal, a broad array of commercial and personal disputes – from title, finance and corporate litigation, multifaceted real estate, zoning and land use, and telecommunications issues, to all manners of business transactions and conflicts and estate litigation. In addition to our extensive experience in the various Federal and State courts, we regularly represent clients before municipal, administrative and other regulatory and governmental agencies, and in all manners of alternative dispute resolution.
Our clients’ best interests are our paramount concern. Governed by this guiding principle, our attorneys specialize in furnishing the preemptive strategies and negotiating the subtle resolutions necessary to help mitigate disputes before the need for litigation arises. We also work seamlessly as a multidisciplinary firm to closely consult with other departments on how best to structure transactions to substantially decrease the odds for litigation. And if litigation does become necessary, we draw on our vast expertise in all aspects of pretrial and trial practice to put our clients in the best position to achieve their desired result.
If an existing or new client is faced with the decision whether to appeal an adverse decision, or has been named in an appeal, our litigation attorneys will carefully analyze the record, identify the issues on appeal, and assess the likelihood of success on appeal before making a strategic recommendation. Should we proceed, our lawyers will engage in all aspects of appellate practice, including but not limited to motion practice, compiling the record on appeal, drafting the appellate briefs, and oral argument.
We are certified with the Serengeti E-billing Certification. This certification establishes that our firm can provide electronic bills to our clients. For more information please visit the website http://www.serengetilaw.com
In this timely piece, Andrew Schriever, Partner and Co- Chair of the firm’s Litigation Practice, discusses how to ensure that practitioners serving cannabis businesses can maintain compliance with ethics rules in light of tensions between federal and state law.