At Callahan & Blaine, our business litigation practice reflects the firm’s commitment to client service and outstanding results across a wide range of litigation problems – employment disputes, trade secrets violations, ownership issues, and shareholders’ rights. We’ve been working toward building the ideal civil trial practice since we opened our doors in 1984, and complex business litigation has formed the central core of our work at every step of the way. If you need a skilled Orange County business litigation lawyer, contact our firm today for a free consultation to discuss your business dispute or to learn more about our legal services.
Now with more than 20 trial lawyers who have concentrated experience in a wide variety of legal disciplines, our law firm offers business litigants an impressive set of credentials and client service values.
At Callahan & Blaine, we discourage our commercial and corporate litigation clients from thinking in terms of their roles as plaintiffs or defendants. Most of the cases our Orange County business litigation attorneys handle involve counterclaims, cross-claims, and third-party practice; what might have begun as a contract action against your company might be dwarfed by the antitrust or fraud claims you can pursue against one or more opponents.
To learn how your corporation, limited liability company, or anything in between, can benefit from the experience and focus of Callahan & Blaine’s business litigation practice, contact us in Orange County. Our law firm represents corporate, professional and entrepreneurial clients of all sizes: multi-national, Fortune 500 companies, California-based corporations, medium and small businesses, homeowners associations, and employers and individuals engaged in business. Our ability to integrate outstanding trial skills with sophisticated litigation strategy and resourceful legal dispute resolution tactics can make the winning difference in your company’s contract, corporate or business tort case.
From Santa Ana to Newport Beach, our Orange County business attorneys practice in the state and federal courts, before administrative and regulatory tribunals of all kinds, and at all levels of appeal.
Callahan & Blaine’s experience and focus have led to favorable settlements or verdicts in all of the civil litigation disputes we’ve handled since 1984. In one case, we won the largest jury verdict in Orange County history — $934 million. In another, we settled an employment class action for $38 million.
For more than 25 years, civil trial practice has been the primary focus of our work. Now with more than 20 trial lawyers, every Orange County business attorney we hire has demonstrated outstanding trial lawyer skills before joining the law office of Callahan & Blaine, and can handle critical roles in complex or high-stakes litigation.
Examples of the kinds of complex business litigation matters our legal counsel handles include:
If your business needs legal advice about the best ways to approach and resolve complex commercial litigation, consider working with an AV-rated* law firm that features world-class Orange County business lawyers across a wide range of practice disciplines. No matter your legal issue, from contract disputes to business formation, we have the experience to take on any practice area of corporate law. For more information about our capabilities and record of success in complex business cases, contact the Orange County office of Callahan & Blaine, California’s premier litigation firm in Santa Ana.
I am very pleased with the outcome of the court case. I am also very impressed with the way you handled the entire proceedings, questioning the witnesses and presenting and delivery of the facts to the jury. This reinforces my belief that having a skillful and competent trial lawyer like yourself makes a significant difference in sensitive cases such as employment actions.
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