The Law Offices of David H. Schwartz, Inc., has extensive experience in all types of business disputes, ranging from relatively straightforward contract disputes to those involving multiple parties, cross claims and multiple jurisdictions. The goal of the firm is always to achieve the optimal outcome for the client, in a way that is efficient, expeditious and economical.
To schedule a consultation on a contract dispute, contact The Law Offices of David H. Schwartz, Inc., in San Francisco, California.
Experienced Commercial Litigation Advocates
David H. Schwartz has represented clients in challenging commercial litigation cases for more than 35 years. Zealous in the protection of his clients’ rights and interests, David nevertheless is realistic when it comes to contract dispute cases. Whenever possible and appropriate, the firm will first seeks to achieve results out of court, in an efficient and effective manner. Matters that cannot be resolved through negotiation or mediation will be taken to court and tried; the lawyers at the firm are accomplished trial advocates, and if necessary, they will vigorously represent you in court.
The simplest breach of contract dispute can involve thousands of documents and emails. The Law Offices of David H. Schwartz, has the experience and resources needed to handle document-intensive litigation, as well as cases involving complex factual, legal and jurisdictional issues.
A Strategic Focus
The firm’s attorneys have the ability to think strategically, not just in terms of the legal aspects of a case. When you retain The Law Offices of David H. Schwartz, Inc., the attorneys will work closely with you to understand the larger picture that lies beyond the narrow scope of the civil matter at hand. They will work diligently to achieve a solution that both protects and serves your interests.
Commercial Litigation Appeals
David H. Schwartz believes strongly that the possibility of an appeal should play an integral role in a lawsuit. Consequently, the firm can take measures during a trial to preserve the ability to appeal, or to protect a verdict or damages.