What is a Litigation Attorney?
An attorney who represents parties in court is referred to as a litigator. Litigators may negotiate the settlement of a dispute without seeking the court’s involvement or may represent clients in a court presenting the client’s case to a judge or a jury. The litigators in the Kirk- Pinkerton Litigation Department represent both individual and corporate clients in state, federal, trial and appellate courts.
What kind of matters do Kirk Pinkerton litigators handle?
- Business and commercial cases: including enforcement of contracts, noncompete agreements, trade secret rights and shareholder and partnership disputes.
- Banking Law including mortgage foreclosure
- Construction cases: representing builders, developers and owners in cases involving breach of contract, construction defects and enforcement of construction liens.
- Probate and will disputes: representing personal representatives, heirs and trustees in probate litigation, including inheritance claims and will and trust contests.
- Election Law: representing those impacted by application of Florida and Federal election laws including voters, candidates, and proponents or opponents of ballot measures.
- Real Estate Law issues: including contract disputes, boundary and easement claims and use restrictions
- Eminent Domain: representing clients when the government attempts to take their property for public use
- General Civil Litigation