Wright, Constable & Skeen has a talented Litigation Group experienced at identifying problems and finding solutions.
The law firm has a versatile team of more than 30 attorneys and paraprofessionals that blends the personal attention and consideration expected of small sized law firms with many of the advantages provided by larger firms, such as a dynamic scope of focus areas organized by practice groups comprised of attorneys recognized for various concentrations. The firm prides itself in this balance, as it enables attorneys to concentrate in particular areas of practice while maintaining an outlook that is as interdisciplinary in nature as the problems faced by our clients.
The product of this approach is a commitment to engagement, accessibility, creativity, problem solving and capitalizing our opportunities. Effective litigation requires skills that are learned in large part through experience. Among those skills are the ability to marshal facts, identify issues, and present the law and the facts persuasively in court or other tribunals. Frequently, the expense of litigation requires a common sense approach to bring about the successful resolution of disputes without exhausting a client’s resources.
Our attorneys are seasoned in litigation, appearing before federal and state trial and appellate courts, the trial, bankruptcy, tax, and appellate courts of the federal system, and federal and state and local administrative agencies and commissions. To assure that we keep pace with developments in the law, the Litigation Group meets regularly to review recent decisions, share experiences and discuss cases, bringing the collective experience of the group to bear on a particular client’s problem. Each attorney takes continuing legal education courses and shares the benefits with the section.
Wright, Constable & Skeen attorneys have extensive litigation experience in the following areas of concentration: