Pay for Results, Not Hours

Our top priority is to successfully resolve your case. By leveraging the resources and expertise of the nation’s largest contingency-fee law firm, we are equipped to achieve the best results for each and every client.

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Who We Are

The Business Trial Group specializes in contingency-fee litigation for commercial disputes. We help businesses and individuals seek justice and recover what they are owed. Our venerated lawyers have decades of combined trial experience and have fought to recover tens of millions of dollars in judgments and settlements for our clients.

Some of our recent results include:

$9.0
MILLION RECOVERY

for victims of securities law violations

$14.5
MILLION VERDICT

on behalf of developers for breach of contract and tort claims

$2.0
MILLION RECOVERY

for investors in a fraudulent securities offering

$1.48
MILLION VERDICT

on behalf of construction company for breach of employment contracts

If We Don’t Win, You Don’t Pay

With the Business Trial Group, you will not be charged by the hour. We do not receive a fee unless we successfully resolve your case, so our only incentive is to win. We guarantee that you will only pay for results.

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The Cases We Handle

Our attorneys have a broad range of experience and legal expertise. The Business Trial Group has successfully prosecuted a wide variety of claims involving contracts, construction, real estate, securities fraud, intellectual property, and other commercial disputes.

SHAREHOLDER & PARTNERSHIP DISPUTES

Proven track record in lawsuits between business owners, partners, shareholders as well as shareholder derivative litigation.

PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE

Representing individuals and businesses who suffered loss due to the negligence and fraud of attorneys, accountants and other professionals who failed to follow accepted standards.

REAL ESTATE LITIGATION

Representation of brokers, sellers, investors, developers, homeowner and condo associations in cases involving negligence, breach of leases, construction claims, and others.

CONTRACT LITIGATION

Experienced in complex contract disputes involving debts, services contracts, loan agreements, construction and various other commercial interests.

TRUST & ESTATE LITIGATION

Representation of individuals who are owed inheritances under trusts and wills, and beneficiaries against trustees for mismanagement of assets or other misconduct.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION

Prosecuting claims on behalf of individuals and businesses for trademark, patent or copyright infringement, misappropriation of trade secrets, and unfair and deceptive business practices.

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