We do not fail to prepare, because we are not prepared to fail….

When a legal dispute arises, and litigation is likely or necessary, there is no substitute for informed planning and confident execution by experienced counsel. Wolf Wallenstein litigators carefully examine client objectives and circumstances and consider practicalities before forming a start-to-finish strategy focused on cost-effective results.

Members of Wolf Wallenstein’s Litigation practice have represented both plaintiffs and defendants in many types of civil cases before state, federal and bankruptcy courts, appellate courts, and administrative agencies, as well as in arbitration and mediation. We work closely with clients throughout the litigation process to assess their position and explore all options for a favorable resolution, from early advice and preparation through settlement negotiations or, if necessary, trial, arbitration, and appeal.

Our clients include small and large businesses, including Fortune 200 companies, operating in numerous industries including transportation and logistics, real estate, infrastructure, entertainment, health care and financial services, among many others. The firm’s lawyers also represent startups and associated entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations, public entities and high-net-worth individuals.

We have successfully advocated for clients in diverse areas, including:

  • Creditor’s rights
  • Class action defense
  • Business and commercial disputes
  • Partnership and shareholder complications
  • Real estate disputes
  • Insurance disputes
  • Indemnification issues
  • Employment disputes
  • Writs/receivers and injunctions


Our experience in litigation is extensive, representing both plaintiffs and defendants in many types of cases in state, federal and bankruptcy courts, appellate courts, arbitration, and administrative agencies. Areas we have litigated include:

Creditor’s Rights

Business and Commercial Disputes

Partnership and Shareholder Complications

Real Estate Disputes

Insurance Disputes

Indemnification Issues

Employment Disputes

Writs/Receivers and Injunctions

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