Litigation

Civil litigation is the process of resolving a legal dispute between two or more parties (individuals or business entities) who seek compensation (in the form of money) for damages incurred or specific performances that were not delivered.

The most common types of civil litigation will include: disputes and laws that encompass landlords and tenants, environmental law, products liability, intellectual property disputes, construction, medical malpractice, employment and labor issues, anti-trust laws, real estate, worker's compensation, and education law.