Some matters are “bet-the-company” cases and others are less disruptive, but we focus on efficiency and informed judgment to help solve commercial disputes. We’ve developed tools and resources that give us a cost-effective edge, including training team members dedicated to electronic discovery and document review.
Commercial litigation can arise anywhere, from federal and state courts in the U.S., to courts abroad, to arbitrations and administrative proceedings that cross borders. We are experienced and comfortable wherever the dispute arises, partnering seamlessly with co-counsel when that is the prudent strategy.
We develop a creative approach to individual problems, focusing on the key legal and factual issues, and managing the various aspects of these often complex cases. We are zealous advocates prepared to go to trial when needed, keeping in mind our goal to achieve the maximum result at reasonable expense. We seek to understand the motivations and strategy of the other parties—to persuade them directly or to sway the trier of fact.
Although disputes may involve business-to-business transactions, customer and consumer claims, or disputes among business partners, we have the skills and judgment to minimize risk and advance our client’s goals in a wide array of commercial disputes.
- Moore & Van Allen Represents Little Rock Community Development Corporation in Affordable Housing Project06.2021
- John Zaloom quoted in SHRM article: Distinctions Among Class, Collective and Representative Actions Make a Difference08.2022
- Best Lawyers 2023 Recognizes 104 Moore & Van Allen Attorneys - Eleven firm attorneys named ‘Lawyer of the Year’08.2022
- Best Lawyers® recognizes 96 Moore & Van Allen attorneys - Eight attorneys named “Lawyer of the Year”08.2021
- Benchmark Litigation, 10.2020
- Valecia McDowell and Elena Mitchell’s article published by Bloomberg Law: Racial Equity Audits: The New ESG Frontier04.2022
- Taylor Festa published in Lawyer Monthly: How Employers are Attempting to Navigate Uncertain Times with Imperfect Guidance and Unknown Risk11.2021
- Westlaw, 04.2021
- Jim McLoughlin and Neil Bloomfield’s article published by Westlaw: 3rd Circuit panel raises the bar on risk disclosures as the trend toward greater disclosure continuesWestlaw, 04.2021
Blogs and Resources
- As States Begin to Ease COVID-19 Restrictions, How Are Businesses Faring in Business Interruption Coverage Disputes?MVA Litigation Blog, 04.21.2021