Litigation / Dispute Resolution

Evans Petree has maintained a strong and effective dispute resolution/litigation practice for over 100 years.

Our dispute resolution/litigation attorneys are skilled at negotiation, mediation, arbitration and other dispute resolution mechanisms in hopes of resolving your disputes and issues quickly and economically.  “Preventive maintenance” and early discussion about resolution can often lead to the success of your objectives.

If litigation becomes unavoidable, Evans Petree can handle the most complex cases at all levels of the court systems, from administrative matters to federal and state court trials and appeals.  Our objective is to provide you with aggressive, value-conscious representation and work together to successfully advocate your position.

Legal needs addressed by this practice area:

  • Administrative Agency Proceedings
  • Banking and Financial Institution Disputes
  • Bankruptcy Litigation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Civil Rights
  • Class and Collective Action Disputes
  • Complex Commercial/Business Disputes
  • Construction Claims and Disputes
  • Consumer Issues
  • Domestic Relations/Family Law
  • Employment Issues and Disputes
  • ERISA and Employee Benefits
  • Food and Food Service Industry Issues
  • Government Relations
  • Health Care Matters
  • Insurance Defense
  • Intellectual Property Matters
  • Labor and Employment Issues and Disputes
  • Personal Injury Matters and Issues
  • Products Liability
  • Professional Responsibility and Disciplinary Actions
  • Real Estate and Land Use Matters
  • Trust, Probate, & Fiduciary Issues
  • Wage and Hour Matters and Issues
  • Worker’s Compensation Proceedings and Hearings
  • Workplace Discrimination


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