Commercial Litigation

AMWO attorneys have successfully litigated numerous complex financial fraud cases against accountants, lawyers, banks and others resulting in the recovery of hundreds of millions of dollars for clients.

Our attorneys have extensive experience litigating business disputes, often with millions of dollars at stake, including breach of contract claims, partnership disputes and other business break-ups, claims based on unfair business practices, as well as claims under federal and state securities laws and RICO statutes.

From the simple to the very complex, the firm is able to assemble a team of experienced lawyers and support professionals qualified to handle multifaceted litigation issues with the objective of providing prompt and effective resolution.

Because of their experience, AMWO attorneys understand the complexity of business litigation and its affects on your business. The firm’s attorneys have extensive experience and the resources available for the management and organization of large document cases. AMWO attorneys may also be willing to accept your commercial litigation case on a contingency fee basis. Below is a short list of areas with which AMWO attorneys have extensive experience:

  • Contract disputes
  • Breach of warranty
  • Commercial disputes
  • Employment related disputes, including non-compete and non-solicitation agreements
  • Disputes which often arise between investors in start-up ventures, partnerships corporations, limited liability companies and other legal relationships
  • Fraud
  • Tortious or intentional interference with contractual or advantageous relations
  • Unfair competition
  • Defamation
  • Bad faith
  • Breach of consumer protection laws
  • Violation of other state and federal statutes and regulations
  • Trade Secrets
  • Accounting fraud/malpractice
  • Securities fraud
  • Director and Officer liability
  • Real estate litigation
  • Injunctions
  • Collection of debt
  • Medical Marijuana / Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA)

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