Bouland & Brush, LLC - Attorneys at Law
The Firm Practice Areas Attorneys News Careers Contact Us Home
Civil Litigation
Real Estate
Representation of the Title Industry
Estate Planning, Tax & Probate
Corporate Law & Business Transactions
Employment Law
Bankruptcy / Creditors' Rights
Higher Education Law

Civil Litigation

Bouland & Brush’s civil litigation group works closely with all of the firm’s practice areas to comprehensively address our clients’ litigation needs. Our litigation group represents clients in commercial disputes, employment and discrimination challenges, collections, and other business conflicts, in state or federal court using a variety of creative measures to procure the most favorable result. Despite the range of complex legal questions and contentious disputes that arise in the civil litigation context, our attorneys’ commitment to understanding our clients’ individual goals and circumstances allows us to provide them with comprehensive, creative solutions.

When litigation presents the best possible outcome for our clients, our attorneys vigorously represent them in the courtroom whether at the trial or appellate level. While litigation is often a useful and necessary means of resolving civil disputes, our attorneys understand that litigation is often not the best option for our clients. Our attorneys have brokered out-of-court resolutions and settlements for disputes ranging from negligent design to employment discrimination.

We advise a diverse group of clients including business organizations, nonprofit organizations such as academic institutions and religious organizations, and individuals. Although we are most often in a defense posture, we hand-select plaintiff’s matters as well, which assures our clients that they will be skillfully represented in either capacity, eliminating the frustration of hiring separate firms for different legal disputes.

Our experience includes:

  • Plaintiff and defense contract litigation
  • Appellate advocacy
  • Property disputes including quiet title actions, boundary disputes, fraudulent conveyances, and construction claims.
  • Insurance litigation
  • Representation of Educational Institutions
  • Tortious interference with contractual relations
  • Sexual harassment defense
  • Defense of Employment Claims
  • Defense of Lead Paint claims