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Commercial Litigation

HudsonParrottWalker attorneys use their thorough knowledge of the law and trial tested legal experience to effectively represent clients in a full range of complex commercial cases in federal and state courts. We bring the full weight of our collective knowledge and experience to bear to craft creative and practical strategies to achieve client goals and success. HudsonParrottWalker attorneys also use their experience to counsel clients prior to litigation to resolve disputes before a lawsuit is filed.

If a lawsuit is filed, HudsonParrottWalker has a proven track record of resolving cases prior to trial through successful motions and mediation. When cases do go to trial, HudsonParrottWalker attorneys are well armed with traditional advocacy skills and modern technology tools that allow us to persuasively tell our client’s story to the jury.

HudsonParrottWalker attorneys are always mindful of controlling litigation costs and responding to client needs and goals.

HudsonParrottWalker’s Commercial Litigation practice includes:

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HPW’s In-Depth Discovery Tactics Lead to Defeat of Counterclaim and $335,000 Consent Judgment
HPW’s conduct of discovery leads subcontractor’s sole officer to enter into a consent judgment holding him personally liable.
HPW Secures Dismissal of Suit Against Corporate Officer
Corporate officer is dismissed from suit after favorably ruling on HPW’s summary judgment motion.
HPW Reduces Contractor’s Liability to Less than 1%
Ruling on HPW’s summary judgment motion reduces city’s liability from $1.5 million to $12,000.
HPW Successfully Defends Employer in ADA Action
HPW’s defense of a large non-profit organization in a disability discrimination action leads to a successful resolution of the lawsuit.
HPW Attorneys Win Significant Appellate Victory
HPW wins a significant appellate victory where the Court of Appeals affirms a jury verdict of approximately $2 million.
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