Fortis Law Partners’ litigation attorneys handle a broad range of complex commercial matters in state and federal trial and appellate courts, along with administrative agencies throughout the country. We have experience litigating contract disputes, complex business matters, real estate/property disputes, complicated collection cases, stock option litigation, securities litigation, commercial fraud, insurance disputes, insolvency and bankruptcy litigation, fraudulent transfer and fraudulent conveyance, cannabis litigation, financial services litigation, creditor and debtor disputes, and trade secrets and unfair competition matters. Fortis attorneys specialize in litigating business divorces. We may also litigate appropriate matters on a contingency fee basis. We regularly practice in federal and state courts throughout the country.
Regardless of the type of litigation, we understand that litigation can threaten to engulf a company. We litigate these types of “bet the company” cases frequently and are sensitive to the impact they can have on our clients’ businesses. Our experience and attention to detail enable us to focus on one goal: zealously representing our clients’ best interests. We often successfully litigate against state and federal agencies and law firms many times our size. Organizations like Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers in America, and Martindale Hubbell frequently recognize our expertise. Countless lawyers can claim to be involved in “litigation.” We are trial lawyers.
Our team is well versed in litigating complex matters for clients in numerous industries in a variety of areas.
Excellent courtroom advocacy at Fortis is not limited to the trial courtroom. Our lawyers rely on outstanding writing skills to produce persuasive legal briefs; then they back up those arguments with effective oral advocacy. Those skills serve our clients well in trial courts, but also in appellate courts should that become necessary. Our lawyers have handled appeals to the Fourth, Seventh, Ninth, and Tenth Circuit United States Circuit Courts, Colorado Court of Appeals and Colorado Supreme Court, and numerous other state appellate courts.
With a firm understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of the various forms of ADR, our attorneys advise clients on the best approaches for neutral evaluation, mediation, and arbitration. Our firm has successfully negotiated and won cases in arbitration before major associations and boards, delivering positive lasting outcomes for our clients.
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