Our Litigation practice combines the experience of attorneys from Health Law, Commercial, Employment and Personal Injury Litigation practice groups. We are highly skilled in all phases of civil litigation from conducting investigations, depositions, and pretrial hearings, to filing motions, presenting evidence and making convincing oral arguments at trial.
We have significant experience in all state and federal courts and administrative proceedings before federal and state governmental agencies, as well alternative dispute resolution – mediation and arbitration. In addition to more common civil litigation, such as Article 78 proceedings used to challenge government regulatory actions, and declaratory judgment proceedings, we also routinely handle the following matters:
- Personal Injury
- Federal Civil Rights Cases
- Casino and Gaming Disputes
- Employment Law
- Medicaid and Medicare Fraud Litigations
- Class Action Litigations
We have successfully represented clients before the State Appellate courts as well as the U.S. Supreme Court. The firm’s complex litigation practice handles Class Actions, Mass Torts and Consolidated Federal Multi-district litigation. We are highly adept at managing significant documentation, complex data and conducting interviews of numerous witnesses as part of a comprehensive discovery process.
The Litigation team at O’Connell and Aronowitz has in-depth knowledge of substantive and procedural law as well as proven written and oral advocacy skills. All of our attorneys have substantial trial experience that is essential for effectively representing clients. We rely on contemporary legal research techniques and the latest software and technology necessary for successfully demonstrating evidence at trial.
While we are prepared to litigate cases in State and Federal courts, we often encourage clients to reach negotiated settlements through mediation and arbitration. We provide a powerful combination of legal reasoning talent with negotiation skills that can achieve successful outcomes whether at trial or outside of court.