Today, business litigation can arise in a broad variety of contexts, raising a host of legal issues and involving parties across the country. Even a simple contract dispute can implicate state and federal statutes and regulations that may play a decisive role in the case. The highly competitive business arena can generate deliberate wrongdoing including fraud, unfair business practices, the misappropriation of confidential information, and attempts to disrupt business relationships. Doing business with the government can create additional routes to the courthouse through government contracts disputes or “whistleblower” claims under a state or federal False Claims Act.
MCK represents both plaintiffs and defendants in all types of business litigation, including:
- Contract and Business Competition Litigation
- Business Torts
- False Claims Act Litigation
- Employment and ERISA Litigation
- Government Contract Litigation