Litigation

Intelligent and fierce representation

Stepping into a courtroom is an enormous move. At times that step is forced upon you, and at other times it’s your choice. We make certain that you’re fully supported, protected and represented—and thoroughly advised when the choice is yours to make.

Our know-how of procedure, law and practice is second to none. Our ability to communicate the minutia of the law to our clients sets us even further apart from others.

SeilerSchindel has stepped into countless courtrooms, litigated thousands of cases and stood strong in a wide variety of claims for a growing list of clients. We’ll step up for you.

Motion Practice

Attorneys at SeilerSchindel advocate for their clients at every stage of litigation including important motions before the Court.  Every motion should support the overall goal of the specific litigation, with an eye towards a cost-effective, efficient win.

Mediation and Arbitration

Known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”), SeilerSchindel attorneys have decades of experience in advocating outside of the Courtroom as well.

Trial

Whether before a Judge or Jury, SeilerSchindel attorneys understand that persuasion and preparation win the day at Trial.  Though few cases proceed this far, it is important to select an advocate who has been there before – and won.


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