Our litigators combine quality and client focus to minimize litigation stress and uncertainty, while maximizing our clients’ ability to achieve their litigation goals. We staff cases leanly, with skilled attorneys who know your case, your business, your industry, and your long-term aims.
Solving Problems the Right Way
Every litigator claims to solve problems - but we solve them the right way. We help clients identify potential disputes before they ripen into open conflict; avoid litigation through active mitigation strategies; manage litigation the way clients manage their business; and resolve cases to meet client expectations. That’s why our client base includes respected companies across the country that have turned to us for decades when they need advice, counsel, and courtroom representation.
We combine technical excellence with industry focus. Although we’re nationally known for our work with technology, healthcare, media, entertainment, communications, and financial services clients, our litigators have handled cases for businesses in every sector of the economy. Our broad perspective helps us find innovative ways to solve seemingly intractable conflicts. We have extensive experience in high-stakes litigation involving antitrust, securities, and consumer class action issues. And we have a track record of working well with those insurers most frequently involved in large-scale litigation.
Making Litigation More Bearable
It's About You
Excellence, Efficiency, and Integrity
Best Lawyers and U.S. News placed Davis Wright Tremaine in Tier 1 nationally in 20 practice areas, including litigation.
Chambers and Partners, publisher of the world's most highly regarded guides to the legal profession, has recognized Davis Wright Tremaine for industry-leading excellence in 43 practice areas, including litigation, across all eight of the firm's U.S. offices.
National Law Journal
In recognition of a U.S. Supreme Court victory for our client Microsoft Corp., Davis Wright Tremaine has been named to the National Law Journal’s 2017 "Appellate Hot List."