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Arbitration & Trial

For some clients, trials, arbitrations, and hearings represent a welcome forum to seek a result that could never be achieved by agreement. For others, they are an unfortunate necessity when disputes cannot be resolved as matter of law and diligent efforts to reach an acceptable settlement fail. In either case, that client needs an attorney comfortable in the courthouse or in front of an arbitration panel—with the smarts to gather and distill the key evidence, the courtroom skill to make a compelling presentation of the facts and law, and the know-how to make a good result stick. At Carrington Coleman, our trial attorneys have a well-earned reputation for offering those qualities and more—like a savvy understanding of how courtroom positions can impact a business or empathy for the stress and uncertainty a trial can impose on a client. While clients appreciate our skilled and competitive desire to win every case, they also trust that our trial strategy will be crafted and implemented with their input, consistent with their financial objectives, and in furtherance of the client’s needs and goals, not ours.

Practicing Attorneys

  • imgCathy Altman
  • imgMike Birrer
  • imgLyndon F. Bittle
  • imgCorbet F. Bryant Jr.
  • imgNeil R. Burger
  • imgKen Carroll
  • imgJames E. Coleman Jr.
  • imgThomas S. Conner
  • imgLance Currie
  • imgParker Graham
  • imgKelli M. Hinson
  • imgSamuel E. Joyner
  • imgJoshua D. Kipp
  • imgRodney H. Lawson
  • imgMichael Y. Lin
  • imgAlex More
  • imgDebrán O'Neil
  • imgMichael Prince
  • imgRichard A. Rohan
  • imgSara E. Romine
  • imgBrent M. Rubin
  • imgNeal J. Suit
  • imgDiane M. Sumoski
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