Experienced Florida Litigation Attorneys at Eisinger Law
Eisinger Law’s Litigation Department is actively engaged in civil litigation involving sophisticated and complex matters in both State and Federal courts, as well as administrative proceedings. The Litigation Department attorneys are not only experienced trial lawyers, but savvy business advisors capable of helping our clients observe and understand all relevant issues pertaining to a particular case from different perspectives.
Eisinger Law’s attorneys are experienced in many areas of litigation including, without limitation:
General commercial and corporate
Real & personal property
Shareholder disputes for closely held corporations
Shareholder derivative actions
Quiet title actions
Theft and conversion of property
Breach of contract
General business disputes
In addition, they have handled appellate cases in State and Federal courts involving many of the above issues.
In representing both defendants and plaintiffs, our attorneys have developed keen insights and experience. We fully understand and anticipate the objectives, and tactics, of opposing counsel, giving our clients a number of distinct advantages.
We believe – and our clients agree – that our approach to litigation and dispute resolution is an asset to our clients. Our attorneys offer experience and in-depth knowledge across a wide range of industries, and determine our clients’ specific needs and the broader implications of any dispute.
The Role of the Litigation Professional
The role of the civil litigation professional is challenging and diverse. Since civil litigation is an adversarial process, litigation attorneys and paralegals must be on their toes and prepared respond to actions undertaken by the opposing party and counsel.
The lifespan of a lawsuit can range from several months to several years. Complex civil litigation often takes years to from pre-suit investigation through settlement and/or trial.
Finding the Best Florida Litigation Attorneys
Discovery is typically the longest and most labor-intensive part of civil litigation. Contrary to the image portrayed on television, civil litigators spend relatively little time in trial; most time is spent in the discovery stage of litigation and pre-trial preparation.
Unlike criminal prosecution, civil actions are brought in order to recover monetary damages or to recover a right. Civil litigation usually involves disputes of private law issues between individuals, businesses or non-profit organizations, and sometimes governmental entities.