Many solo and small-firm attorneys do not wish to take matters through litigation or to trial. We have taken many cases through the litigation process and tried them to verdict before judges, administrative agencies and juries in both the federal and state systems. We have handled literally hundreds of matters before state and federal anti-discrimination agencies; wage and hour agencies, the National Labor Relations Board and the Connecticut State Board of Labor Relations.
In addition to our usual fare of labor, employment and non-competition/confidentiality cases, we have litigated and tried complex commercial, land use, tax and even personal injury matters. We customarily rely upon the referring attorney to stay involved in the case as an integral part of the litigation/trial team. We do not hope to replace, but to supplement, the referring attorney’s client representation. Our goal is for the client to view us as a seamless extension of its regular counsel’s own firm.