Commercial Law

Commercial Law2022-08-31T11:28:15-07:00

Our commercial law attorneys are recognized as among the best in the nation. They represent businesses of all sizes in connection with contract/warranty claims, business torts, unfair trade practices, intellectual property disputes, and employment issues.


ROBERT BERK, Partner / Group Chair

Robert represents both plaintiffs and defendants in contract disputes, insurance coverage and bad faith, professional liability, environmental and toxic tort, construction defect, and real estate.

GORDON LEWIS, Partner / Employment

Gordon has more than 25 years of experience representing public and private employers in all manner of employment issues, policies and practices.

ELIZABETH GARCIA, Associate Attorney / Appellate

Elizabeth focuses her practice in federal and state appellate matters. She handles class action defense and other complex litigation.

WILLIAM HOLM, Managing Partner / Trials

William concentrates his practice in matters involving business torts, commercial litigation, and personal injury defense.

JAMES OSBORNE, General Counsel / Contracts

James focuses his practice in the areas of professional responsibility, including legal ethics, lawyer discipline and legal malpractice defense.

NATHAN STUART, Associate Attorney / Contracts

Nathan focuses his practice in matters involving product liability, insurance bad faith, UM/UIM issues, catastrophic injury, breach of contract, commercial litigation, construction defect, and professional liability.

CHARLES CALLAHAN, Partner / Trials

Charles focuses his practice in the areas of professional liability, wrongful death and personal injury defense, insurance coverage and fraud, governmental liability, bad faith, and educational institutions defense.

ERIK STONE, Partner / Intellectual Property

Erik is experienced handling a variety of general civil litigation matters, including commercial litigation, intellectual property, professional liability, wrongful death and personal injury claims, employment and discrimination, HOA matters, and construction defect.

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