Are DiMonte & Lizak’s attorneys equipped and ready to litigate? If that’s the most appropriate legal avenue, absolutely. However, we also know when to make a compelling argument for compromise.
Rare is the attorney who can pause, listen to the client’s concerns and offer practical solutions for that client. This strategic outlook is exactly the way DiMonte & Lizak approaches the law on each client’s behalf in all litigation matters.
We’ll talk about your objectives, express the advantages and disadvantages of each direction and most importantly, give you an excellent sense of what the process ahead may hold.
There is often more than one path to meet your needs, which may include creative means of resolving a dispute through arbitration or informal mediation. However, when litigation is found to be in your best interests, DiMonte & Lizak will vigorously pursue an outcome in your favor through our prosecution or defense team.
Our firm represents clients in:
- Commercial litigation involving contract disputes, debt collection, business and contract fraud, accounting actions, trade secrets, non compete, actions to dissolve corporations, partnerships and other businesses
- Business ligation involving partnership or shareholder disputes
- Will contests, trust and probate litigation
- Construction litigation, including mechanic’s liens and breach of contract on behalf of owners, architects, engineers, contractors, subcontractors and material suppliers
- Employment matters on behalf of employers and employees before courts and state and federal administrative agencies
- Zoning, eminent domain, condemnation, mortgage foreclosure, and landlord tenant disputes
- Personal injury litigation on behalf of clients who have suffered injuries as a result of negligence of others, such as automobile accidents, work-relation injuries or negligence in maintenance of public and private structures
- Federal, State and Municipal matters, including ordinance and code violations. DiMonte & Lizak attorneys represent clients in State Court, Federal Court, Administrative hearings, Arbitration and Mediation
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- Electronic Information Storage: Reducing the Risk of Sanctions During Discovery
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