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I was playing (poorly) in a charity golf tournament last week when a friend I had known for more than ten years asked me, “what kind of law do you practice?”

I was taken aback.  I had always assumed he knew the specific type of law I practiced.  But it was not my friend’s fault that he did not know; it was my fault.  None of us should presume that our friends, family, acquaintances, or even our professional colleagues have a clear sense of the kind of the work we do.

So here is what I do:

I practice civil litigation, mainly representing plaintiffs in personal injury and product liability cases.  For more than twelve years I have represented individuals who have been injured through the negligence of others.  I have represented injured persons in cases involving defective products, particularly failed medical devices like artificial hips and knees (see my website: meddevicelaw.com).  I have also handled cases involving car accidents, slip and fall, and other forms of negligence.  Recently I have handled several multi-district litigation cases involving failed artificial hip components manufactured by Depuy and Zimmer.

And here is what my firm does:

My law firm also practices business litigation.  This means the firm represents individuals and companies who have disputes with others over contracts or other business dealings.  As civil litigators, we file lawsuits on behalf of individuals and companies who have been harmed financially and otherwise by the bad acts of others.  We also defend individuals and companies who have been sued.  In the past few years alone the firm has handled disputes involving non-compete agreements, shareholders’ agreements, construction contracts, buy-sell agreements, rental contracts, the failure to perform under a contract, and simple unpaid debts.  The firm has also litigated claims involving professional negligence, breach of fiduciary duties, misrepresentation, fraud, and unfair and deceptive trade practices.  Essentially, if you have a business dispute that escalates to litigation, the lawyers in my firm can help.

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