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
Kirk-Pinkerton Litigation Attorneys
Jeffrey M. Guy Family Law, Litigation
Bill Robertson Litigation, Personal Injury, Shareholder
Elisha Robertson Employment Law, Family Law, Litigation, Personal Injury, Real Estate
Thomas D. Shults Litigation, Mediation, Shareholder
Norman Vaughan-Birch Complex Commercial Litigation, Litigation, Mediation, Probate & Trust Litigation, Shareholder