Your eBriefcase

Welcome to the eBriefcase Management Center. This function allows you to compile selected pages to your personalized eBriefcase, where you may add to, delete or drag to reorder items. Once assembled, you can create a PDF of your eBriefcase. Click on the eBriefcase link at the top right of the page to open your collection of pages.

Extensive experience on your side

Our litigators have proven experience in a multidimensional scope of complex, high-consequence cases involving multiple parties, as well as disputes between individuals. We have represented clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to smaller, privately held businesses in numerous industry sectors.

Additionally, we have developed effective, reliable in-house e-discovery capabilities that ensure the preservation and production of electronically stored information.

Focused on your objectives

The firm’s attorneys provide seamless service at every stage of the process, from pre-litigation advice and counsel through appeals – all of it aimed at achieving results consistent with our client’s business strategies. We also recognize that every dispute is unique, and we work to shape sound and responsive strategies that best serve our clients’ interests.

We have appeared in state and federal courts, in national and international venues, in alternative dispute resolution proceedings, and before regulatory and administrative bodies.

Nexsen Pruet’s business litigators can also draw upon the skills of attorneys from any of our practice areas, including in-depth experience with virtually all facets of business. This gives us a level of flexibility, efficiency and cross-discipline knowledge that helps us resolve disputes in a practical and cost-effective manner.

Our attorneys have extensive experience in both individual and class action litigation. Our capabilities span trial and appellate work, and include:

  • Securities
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Antitrust
  • Products liability
  • Patent, Copyright and Trademark
  • Commercial and contractual disputes
  • Insurance coverage
  • Labor and employment
  • Unfair competition
  • Transportation