Beveridge & Diamond, P.C.’s Commercial and Securities Litigation Practice has been pursing the right path to achieve our clients’ business goals since 1974. Every case has been different. Our focus is always on the client’s business objective whether it is to obtain or maintain competitive advantage or simply to minimize losses. This approach guides our development, jointly with our client, of strategies and budgets for our cases.
Since the Firm’s beginning in the 1970’s, Beveridge & Diamond’s litigators have aggressively, efficiently and successfully represented clients in commercial and securities matters. We represent businesses and government entities and occasionally individuals in these cases.
We have won verdicts and judgments in class action proxy cases, corporate control fights, breach of warranty, fraud and unfair competition cases, licensing agreement disputes and contract cases. Our work takes place in diverse settings – from federal and state courts to arbitration tribunals such as the AAA and the International Court of Arbitration. We work with our clients to develop the best strategies and realistic and appropriate budgets based on an understanding of our client’s business needs and objectives.