General & Commercial Litigation
ur partners collectively have decades of trial practice experience including diverse issues that may confront any business – examples of which are listed in the column on the left.
Our lawyers exercise diligence in investigating the facts and partner with the client to fully understand not only the peculiar issues involved, but also to understand the ramifications (financial and otherwise) of various courses of action.
We pride ourselves on being top-flight trial lawyers as well as counselors in these settings and provide detailed advice and counseling regarding the risks of trial and attendant costs as early in the litigation as practicable.
- Civil Rights Litigation
- Title VII
- Breach of Fiduciary Duty
- Restrictive Covenants & Non-Compete Agreements
- Civil RICO
- Putative Class Actions
- Breach of Contract
- Will Contests
- Construction Litigation
- Professional Negligence (Non-medical)
- Minority Shareholder Oppression
Recently, ARP attorney Christopher T. Scolire obtained summary judgment on behalf of a hospital in a case involving allegations that one of the hospital’s beds malfunctioned and caused the plaintiff multiple head and upper body injuries. Throughout both written and oral discovery, the evidence revealed that the hospital had no notice of any defect in…
Maureen McGuire Elected as President for the National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel (NARTC)!
ARP congratulates Maureen McGuire who was elected to serve as NARTC President for a one year term, 2020-2021. The National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel (NARTC) is a 66 year old organization made up of the top railroad trial attorneys from across the United States and Canada. Membership in NARTC is limited to lawyers who…
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