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New York Litigation Attorney

The New York litigation attorneys at Barton LLP represent business entities in a wide range of complex civil litigation matters. Clients will have the confidence of knowing that their case is being handled by an experienced and knowledgeable New York litigator.

The New York litigation attorneys have experience representing clients in:

  • Civil Litigation
  • Complex Litigation
  • Defense Litigation
  • E-Discovery Litigation
  • Federal Civil Litigation
  • Federal Litigation
  • International Litigation
  • Litigation
  • Long-Arm Litigation
  • Money Laundering Claims
  • Multi-District Litigation
  • Trial Practice
  • U.S. Supreme Court Litigation

Experienced New York Litigation Attorney

Litigation is the process of a lawsuit or other means of taking a case through court to resolve a legal question or matter. Litigation encompasses many complex legal areas and attorneys often devote their practice to certain type of litigation, utilizing specific knowledge and experience of the law that enforces the dispute. Litigation involves many complex legal issues which require not only a knowledge of the law that governs the dispute, but also the laws governing the procedures to be followed in order to properly litigate a claim. There are rules governing who may file a claim, where it must be filed, when it must be filed, and how to file it.

A local New York litigation attorney should be consulted for specific requirements in your area. A New York litigation attorney is professional and knowledgeable in understanding the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that arise in a New York litigation case.

Trusted New York Litigation Firm

The New York litigation attorneys of Barton LLP law firm are distinguished by a history of successful litigation claim recoveries. For experienced representation in a case requiring aggressive litigation, contact a New York litigation attorney at Barton LLP in New York.

Barton LLP attorneys practicing in the area of Litigation: