Commercial Litigation And International Arbitration

Our litigation practice group represents domestic and international businesses in state and federal courts throughout the United States. Our experienced attorneys have helped hundreds of clients defend and prosecute complex (often cross-border) disputes in every type of forum.

International Arbitration and Cross-Border Litigation

LimNexus is exceptionally strong in international arbitration and cross-border disputes. Our lawyers have served as counsel and as arbitrators in arbitrations in the United States, Asia and Europe under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, the American Arbitration Association, and the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board. In addition, we have deep experience representing foreign clients in litigation in the U.S. and have assisted U.S. clients with litigation in other countries, working together with local counsel.

Effective Advocates

The firm litigates and arbitrates a broad range of cases for its clients, including:

  • Complex business disputes
  • Breach of contract
  • Intellectual property
  • Real estate
  • Unfair competition and business practices
  • Business torts and insurance coverage
  • Class actions

Our attorneys work closely with our clients’ corporate counsel, providing reliable advice and preparation during litigation. We are effective negotiators, and most of our cases are resolved by dispositive motions and/or settlement. If a trial is necessary, our seasoned trial attorneys ensure that our client’s case is presented effectively and persuasively.

Cost-Effective Trial Law Firm

As a boutique law firm, LimNexus provides the high quality of legal representation found at large firms at a competitive fee structure. Our lawyers are experienced in complex multi-party and class-action litigation as well as simpler, more straightforward conflicts. We provide a cost-effective solution to each client’s legal conflict that facilitates the client’s long-term success.