Adept handling of complex commercial litigation requires a strategic mindset, subject matter mastery and well-honed judgment—qualities that can be learned only through extensive trial experience. Because we know the end game, we leverage these skills to achieve a decisive victory for our clients.
Our focus on winning at trial guides our case management. Everything we do is geared toward achieving success in the courtroom. Whether we are handling a breach of contract issue, antitrust action or franchise dispute, we focus on trial strategy right out of the gate, with our highly accomplished partners directly involved from the beginning.
Bet-the-company litigation can drain resources and distract employees, negatively impacting a client’s bottom line. Our innovative fee arrangements add a measure of financial predictability to a seemingly unpredictable process. Our management style minimizes the complexity of these matters and brings them to a speedy and favorable resolution so our clients can return to their day-to-day business activities as quickly as possible.
In addition to our renowned defense of pharmaceutical companies, we have litigated in federal, state, and appellate courts on behalf of Fortune Global 500 corporations, as well as public and closely held companies, on a variety of issues. Whatever the company, whatever the problem, our collective and individual mastery of the case and its subject matter enables us to craft comprehensive legal and business strategies, develop effective case theories to achieve our clients’ commercial and legal objectives.
Servcor International, Inc. v. Bayer MaterialScience LLC et al.
Goldman Ismail have been retained to defend Bayer MaterialScience LLC and to serve as trial counsel in a multi-party commercial dispute pending in state court in Florida. Plaintiff seeks damages in excess of $100,000,000 following dissolution of the parties' business relationship in the commercial roofing market. Among other tort and contract claims, the Complaint alleges breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, fraud, and conspiracy claims.