Civil Litigation Law involves a legal dispute between two or more parties that seek money damages or equitable remedies. George Law Firm LLC will represent you before administrative agencies – federal and state, trial courts – federal and state – to include pre-trial analysis, court filings, discovery, alternative dispute resolution, and if necessary trial.
A leading characteristic of the Anglo-American procedural system is its adversarial nature. In civil disputes, it is usually up to the parties, not the court, to initiate and prosecute litigation, investigate the pertinent facts, and present proof and legal argument to the tribunal. The court’s function is generally limited to adjudicating the issues raised by the parties on the proof they have presented and applying appropriate procedural sanctions on motion of a party.
Because the acts of the parties make the adversary system run and because procedures are too complex for most parties to operate them, lawyers play a crucial role in civil proceedings. George Law Firm LLC’s goal is to ensure effective representation of our clients. George Law Firm LLC renders diligent and competent service to our clients. Our attorneys comply with the client’s decision about important matters such as settlement of litigation.
Our firm works closely with our clients to inform and consult with our clients before making litigation decisions. Furthermore, George Law Firm LLC keeps information confidential that has been acquired during representation unless necessary to comply with the law, to prevent certain crimes, or for specified other reasons.
George Law Firm LLC represents parties in civil and commercial litigation which includes but is not limited to disputes in Admiralty and Maritime, to include personal injury, wrongful death, and loss of cargo or property, vessel arrest and in rem actions, and limitation of liability suits.
For business disputes, George Law Firm LLC represents client’s interest concerning breach of contract, disputes over the sale or purchase of goods or services, unfair competition, tortuous interference with contractual relations, breach of employee non-disclosure agreements, breach of non-competition or non-solicitation agreements, breach of fiduciary duty, litigation arising from mergers and acquisitions, buy-sell agreements, defamation, fraud, misrepresentation, infringement of intellectual property rights, and insurance litigation.