- Roig Lawyers Continues to Expand Litigation Practice Group
October 7, 2015
The Litigation practice group at ROIG Lawyers has the depth and diversity to meet our clientsʼ legal needs for litigation as well as for representation before administrative bodies and arbitration tribunals. Attorneys on our litigation team have represented clients in areas listed below.
Business disputes often involve complex matters. Our litigation team has prosecuted and defended a wide range of business disputes including: Breach of contract; Employment agreements; Collections; Corporate dissolution; Corporate waste; Disputes for financial institutions, including foreclosures, replevin, and garnishment actions; Fair Debt Collections Practices Act; Fiduciary duty claims; Fraud; Injunctions; Intellectual Property violations; Lender Liability Issues; Officer and director disputes; Piercing the corporate veil; Receivership; Tortious interference and Unfair Trade Practices. We resolve disputes both in and out of the courtroom including pre-suit resolution, mediation and arbitration.
We resolve disputes both in and out of the courtroom including pre-suit resolution, mediation and arbitration.
ROIG Lawyers is experienced in litigation matters involving the defense of insurance claims, including those involving general liability lines, including employer liability, vehicular accidents, property damage, and premises liability. Our lawyers represent insurance carriers in all aspects of insurance claims, including coverage disputes and bad faith matters.
LABOR & EMPLOYMENT
Litigators in our Labor & Employment department have represented clients in various levels of claims from administrative proceedings, to federal and state courts, local forums, as well as at mediations and arbitrations.
ROIG attorneys can represent clients in claims involving discrimination, military leave, Family Medical Leave Act, wrongful termination, non-compete and restrictive covenants, workers’ compensation, labor disputes, as well as wage and hour dispute claims.
REAL PROPERTY / CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION
Our attorneys also can provide services in the fields of real property and construction litigation.
Our attorneys can handle a broad array of matters including commercial foreclosures, actions to quiet title, unit-owner disputes, maintenance claims, construction defect and delay claims, construction lien litigation, condominium and homeowner association (HOA) disputes, and commercial lease disputes.
Our attorneys can represent developers, contractors, architects, engineers, material men and property owners alike.
Our attorneys have extensive experience in dealing with financial institutions in litigation, arbitrations, and creditors’ rights matters. We are constantly learning about the latest legal developments and new regulations impacting the commercial sector, including the impact on retail financial institutions, investment banks, asset management and lending institutions and regulators. We regularly deal with credit, banking and payments markets, advising on local and multijurisdictional regulation, securities law compliance, logistics for the cross border shipment of goods, mortgage loan fraud, real estate disputes, mergers and acquisitions, product development and distribution, documentation, establishment of lending and banking businesses. Our securities litigators are experienced in these highly specialized practices including:
Banks and Businesses: anti-money laundering, aviation finance, bank regulations, bank failures, commercial lending, equipment financing and leasing, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, lender liability, loan origination, maritime transactions, mergers and acquisitions, public finance including swaps and derivatives, public-private partnerships, real estate finance, SEC and FINRA regulations and structured finance.
Brokers-Dealers: anti-money laundering, arbitrations and customer complaint handling, books and records requirements, control policies and procedures, compliance and risk evaluation, employee/registered representative dispute counseling, formation and registration, regulatory investigations, reporting obligations and termination filings.