Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Experienced in the courtroom, Waller's litigation team can handle any adversarial situation, whether at trial or arbitration, or on appeal. Harnessing our broad and diverse talent, vast experience, multi-disciplinary approach and dedication to achieving success as defined by our clients, Waller attorneys are tenacious advocates.

Clients choose Waller for our thorough understanding of their business and our subject matter knowledge - specifically in healthcare, financial services, environmental and toxic torts, intellectual property, class actions and tax litigation. We bring a thoughtful, strategic approach to the most complicated matters, and the firm's litigation attorneys are recognized for our direct and candid approach and our philosophy to staff matters for the client's needs, not ours.

Although we seek to resolve differences quickly and economically, sometimes going to court is the best option. Whether displaying our formidable courtroom presence and willingness to go to battle, or guiding clients through the dispute resolution process, we bring an impressive track record to every dispute. Bolstering our experience, the litigation team includes former appellate judges, federal prosecutors and judicial clerks.

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