The team of attorneys at InHouse Co has substantial expertise in obtaining accelerated, preliminary relief pertaining to commercial litigation. Often an early victory can be decisive in determining the outcome of the litigation. Specifically, we have a long track record of handling civil disputes. Coupled with our in-depth knowledge of litigation tactics, our team reacts quickly in a crisis and is able to quickly formulate case strategies to achieve ultimate success.
Our fierce commercial litigation practice encompasses the varying needs of both businesses and the individual. We are well experienced in the litigation process and capable of utilizing versatile tactics to help our clients succeed. Our service covers from pre-litigation advice in the context of avoiding unnecessary litigation to a full range of litigation proceedings that includes the filing of complaints, preliminary injunctions, motion practice, complex discovery, jury trials, judge trials, writs and appeals, binding arbitrations, mediations, and alternative dispute resolution.
Our team brings a substantial depth of expertise to the practice whether the case is in State Court, Federal Court or even Appellate Court. Moreover, we have represented clients in litigation situated in various states, including California, Texas, Florida, Maryland, Wisconsin, and Montana. Our clients include individuals, partnerships, and small and large businesses in the United States and Asia.
InHouse Co's commercial litigation practice includes commercial contract disputes; breach of contract claims, fraud, material nondisclosure, partnership disputes, corporate governance and management issues, debtor-creditor problems, bankruptcy litigation, breach of fiduciary duty claims, insurance coverage disputes and insurance bad faith litigation, employment litigation, intellectual property litigation, trade libel, defamation, unfair competition, antitrust litigation, UCC matters, unfair business practices and antitrust, false advertising, disputes pertaining to real estate, licensing agreements disputes, conversion, fraudulent conveyance, and negligent misrepresentation.