Grant, Herrmann, Schwartz & Klinger LLP | Litigation & Dispute Resolution
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Litigation & Dispute Resolution

GHSK's Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice encompasses a wide range of services, including representing businesses and supporting our clients through complex disputes. We are devoted and aggressive advocates who understand the client’s needs and are focused on achieving results. GHSK attorneys have experience addressing a range of disputes such as:
  • Mergers & Acquisitions, including complex post-closing disputes such as earnout disputes, indemnification claims, tax claims, and claims sounding in breach of contract, fraud, unjust enrichment, and more.
  • Commercial Agreements, including disputes involving account stated causes of action, personal guarantees, and other breach of contract claims.
  • Trust and Estate Litigation, including probate contests, removal and surcharge actions, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty claims and other contested matters before the Surrogate's Court.
  • Insurance, including complex claims involving representation and warranties insurance, directors and officers’ liability programs, insurance towers, and lost insurance policies.
  • Employment, including disputes regarding non-solicitation and non-compete agreements, and executive compensation issues.
  • Accounting, including issues related to revenue recognition, tax and other liabilities, internal controls, calculations and disclosures related to measures of EBITDA, valuations of various interests in different assets, and share dilution.
  • Subpoena Response, including handling civil subpoenas, grand jury subpoenas, and negotiating with local, state, and federal prosecutors and investigators, including the FBI and Assistant U.S. Attorneys.
  • Financial Services, including complex disputes pertaining to derivatives and various synthetic assets, foreign exchange, escrow agreements, and letters of credit.   
  • Anti-Corruption, including investigations relating to U.S. sanctions and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.
  • Government Contracts, including disputes arising from contracts with the U.S. State and Defense Departments.
  • Securities Litigation, including representing underwriters.
  • Consumer Class Actions, including the Telephone Consumer Protection Act.