Litigation & Arbitration
Litigation & Arbitration
Because we understand that sometimes our clients are compelled to protect their personal and business interests through litigation, GB Law Group offers Litigation & Arbitration assistance as part of our Private Client Services practice. In that respect, we represent clients in state and federal courts at both the trial and appellate levels, in domestic and international arbitration settings, at administrative hearings, and before various boards and commissions. Our attorneys have argued in Connecticut and New York trial courts, before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the Connecticut Appellate Court, and various administrative tribunals. We represent our clients in business litigation, collections actions, real estate litigation, foreclosure matters, landlord/tenant cases, bankruptcy matters, personal injury cases, worker's compensation cases, and family law matters. In terms of litigation, we are very selective in the cases that we accept: our goal is to protect our clients by compromise where possible, and litigation only when necessary.
The depth and breadth of the firm’s Litigation & Arbitration practice is a clear reflection of our varied client base. For our business clients, we offer representation in litigation matters ranging from complex contract disputes to business tort defense. The firm also represents individuals in matters such as business dissolution actions, contract disputes, and real estate litigation. Depending on the nature of the claim and the parties involved, the firm may undertake representation on either the plaintiff or the defense side. The experience garnered from this approach gives our attorneys a critical understanding of both sides of the litigation arena, an understanding which allows for effective representation regardless of a client’s particular litigation posture.
At the outset of all cases, we work with clients to identify goals, develop a plan, evaluate the likelihood of success, and assess the anticipated costs of pursuing a particular strategy. It is our belief that spending this extra time at the beginning of a matter ultimately saves our clients valuable time and money in the long run. In that regard, whenever the circumstances of a particular matter so permit, we explore all available arbitration and mediation programs as alternative means of dispute resolution.