Federal court is home to some of the most serious civil and criminal cases. At Gross McGinley, LLP in Allentown, PA, our federal litigation attorneys have extensive experience handling complex matters in federal and state courts. Our multidisciplinary teams leverage their knowledge and experience to develop effective courtroom strategies and work to achieve the best possible outcomes for our clients.
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Litigation in federal court requires specialized knowledge and experience. Federal law is complex, and processes, procedures, and other matters are handled differently than they are in state courts. Our federal litigation attorneys are licensed to practice in federal court and are well-versed in the nuances of court procedures and law. They are committed to staying up-to-date on the ever-changing legal landscape by attending continuing education seminars, classes, and conferences.
Several lawyers on our teams at Gross McGinley, LLP have worked as law clerks for federal district and appellate judges, and as both prosecutors and defense attorneys. This broad range of experience provides the depth of knowledge required to create successful legal strategies. We are well-versed in the judicial mindset of federal judges, which helps our team develop strategies specific to the federal court in which a trial will be litigated.
Our team also includes a seasoned federal litigation attorney who has appeared and argued before the United States Supreme Court. Over the past five decades, he has also represented civil and criminal defendants in federal trials and appeals courts in multiple states.
We’ve represented clients in lawsuits involving medical malpractice, breach of contract, employment discrimination, antitrust litigation, and a wide range of other civil and criminal matters that fall under federal law, including:
Healthcare law, insurance law, real estate law, and other private sectors involve a maze of regulations and ever-evolving legislation. Whether federal litigation involves building a solid defense for a lawsuit against a healthcare organization or advocating for an individual who has been charged with a white-collar crime, our teams work collaboratively to provide top-notch representation for any legal issue that comes our way.
We represent clients within a broad range of sectors, including:
Whether a case involves a civil or criminal matter, our federal litigation attorneys use every tool at our disposal to work toward successful outcomes. We develop legal strategies that can give us leverage for negotiating an agreement outside of court, set us up for successful outcomes at trial, or even result in dismissal of a case by a judge. Our lawyers understand that each case is different, and requires a strategy that’s unique to the specific circumstances and how the law may apply to them.
Thorough investigation and preparation are vital prior to trial. Our federal litigation team invests the time and work that’s required to properly prepare for what lies ahead. We’ll discuss our strategy with you, prepare you for trial, and ensure all evidence, witnesses, and experts are ready to go.
Our federal litigation attorneys are skilled negotiators who thrive on creating innovative solutions for legal disputes. Federal civil matters can often be solved through mediation or arbitration, which are alternative dispute resolution (ARD) methods that help settle legal issues before going to court. In some cases, arbitration is required before a trial commences. Both of these ARD methods help clients reach quicker resolutions than going through the court system, saving clients time and money.
Our federal litigation attorneys have been recognized for their work by numerous professional and community organizations. At Gross McGinley, LLP, we’re dedicated to building strong relationships and working toward extraordinary results. Our values of collaboration, continuous improvement, and service with compassion, integrity, and respect guide everything we do.
Our client-first philosophy and willingness to share our knowledge are cornerstones of our success as well. Our skilled teams of attorneys and legal professionals provide responsive, individualized attention and services that are tailored to meet your specific needs. We’re proud of our team’s wide range of backgrounds and experience, and believe our strength lies in our diversity.
Working with our team of experienced federal litigation attorneys can give you peace of mind. You can rest assured that your case is in good hands and trust that you’re receiving the best legal representation possible.
Gross McGinley, LLP in Allentown, PA, has been providing exceptional legal services to clients for more than 40 years. Our teams of experienced lawyers and legal professionals are dedicated to protecting your interests and fighting for your rights. To schedule a consultation with a federal litigation attorney, contact us online or call us at 610-820-5450 today.
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