FAWLAW represents plaintiffs and defendants in a wide variety of consumer and competitor contract and business tort cases. We advise parties in high stakes disputes involving the formation, interpretation, and enforcement of contracts, and almost every other type of commercial dispute. An important focus of our work is the cost-effective representation of early-stage technology companies.
The subject matter with which we work includes privacy, fraud, false advertising, interference with contract and prospective economic advantage, civil rights, statutory and common law unfair competition, and family law property disputes for high net worth clients. We regularly litigate issues involving the application of the equitable alter ego doctrine, and other attempts to avoid the consequences of corporate separateness.
Our insurance recovery expertise allows us to pinpoint opportunities for clients to obtain a defense from insurers, and to make effective strategic use of insurance law when crafting claims on behalf of plaintiffs. We have a broad background litigating class certification issues and developing creative strategies for the settlement of class actions.
Our industry experience includes venture capital, private equity, social media, entertainment, online sales, biometrics, real estate, commercial banking, healthcare, and semiconductor equipment.